Isabel Hardman is an English political journalist and the assistant editor of The Spectator. In 2015, she was named Journalist of the Year at the Political Studies Association's annual awards.
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'The irresistible vade mecum of every prangmeister and cock-up artist.'Boris Johnson, Mayor of London How do you apologise when you're not sorry? Where can you make a fortune out of pretending to know the future? What's the best way to steal credit and avoid blame? Revealing the subtle art of 'uncommunication', Would They Lie to You? is a treasure ...
Would v much recommend people read @RobDotHutton’s truly excellent book on political language and how politicians can deny something without technically lying. – source
@MagnificentZio @DPJHodges In many respects it functions as a museum of plants. Another good book to read is 50 Plants That Changed The Course of History - that sets them in the context of politics, economics and indeed conflict. – source
Bit rubbish at recommending books but have recently finished a few which are worth your while. 1. War Doctor by David Nott @NottFoundation. My god this book will move you and teach you. I find the medical world fascinating and loved the accounts of surgical procedures... – source
@holland_tom @BenMacintyre1 Oh it’s a brilliant book isn’t it. Another one I was sad to finish. – source
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