To tie-in with this month’s blog & podcast theme of Political London, we have a three copies of The Dictionary of Labour Quotations to give away in our competition.
Published by Biteback at £12:99 The Dictionary of Labour Quotations by Stuart Thomson features the words of Marx, Miliband, Attlee and Aristotle standing side by side in one handy volume, jostling for position with not only Brown, Blair and Balls but also Rousseau, Robespierre and Russell. Phew!
The Dictionary of Labour Quotations brings together insights, remarks, retorts, wit and wisdom, making it essential reading for everyone with a passion for British politics. It is compiled public affairs and communications consultant Stuart Thomson.
To win a copy, simply answer the following question:
In a speech relating to multiculturalism, which politician said…
Chicken Tikka Massala is now a true British national dish, not only because it is the most popular, but because it is a perfect illustration of the way Britain absorbs and adapts external influences.
a) Gordon Brown?
b) Robin Cook?
c) Nick Griffin?
Your answer (by midnight on March 31st 2014) should be sent to OUR USUAL COMPETITION EMAIL ADDRESS.
Three winners will be drawn at random and informed via email. The editor's decision is final.
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