How the World of Politics Really Works
This book explains how politics really works: why a sandwich can destroy careers, why parties end up with policy proposals as bizarre as the ‘cat tax’, and what to do when you have an appointment with a head of state and can’t find the doorbell at the palace entrance.
Julia Jorch has worked in politics for years; with unsparing wit, she shares stories from the wondrous world of summit meetings, party conferences and election campaigns. A world in which even prime ministers don’t always know which meeting they are currently attending, party heads accidentally revile the wrong person and everyone tries very hard not to look too stupid when they’re taking a bite of their grilled sausage. At the same time, Jorch answers important questions: why do politicians waffle so much? And why do opinion polls often present nonsensical results?
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