Four Chancellors and a Funeral
By Russell Jones
The sequel nobody wants. After a decade of the Tories, could it get any worse? Spoiler - it does.
WOMEN WHO WON
By Ros Ball
Extraordinary elected women from across the world that everyone should know
The Othered Woman: How White Feminism Harms Muslim Women
By Shahed Ezaydi
An essential addition to the intersectional feminism discourse, centred on gendered Islamophobia.
The Brexit Tapes
By John Bull
A satirical glimpse behind the curtain as the Government tries, and fails, to deliver Brexit.
By Martin Rowson (editor)
A collection of the best satirical portraits from Martin Rowson’s Twitter #Draw Challenge.
How the World Works: Or, Everything Is Fashion — Especially Politics
By Peter York
The co-author of the Official Sloane Ranger Handbook returns to take on modern culture and politics
Who Owns an Asteroid?
By Maki Naro and Matthew Francis
Where are all the aliens? Why can’t we teleport yet? What even is ʻOumuamua?
Serving Up: Essays on food, identity and culture
By Zoe Adjonyoh
A new and vital food-inspired anthology examining the politics behind what we eat.
One in Five
By Louisa Britain
An anthology of stories about the realities of living in poverty