Prime Minister Corbyn : And other things that never happened
Have you ever wondered what would have happened if ...Britain had lost the Falklands War?Scotland had voted 'Yes' in 2014?German reunifi cation had never happened?the Conservatives had won an overall majority in 2010?Lyndon Johnson had been shot down in 1942?David Miliband had beaten Ed Miliband to the Labour leadership?Lynton Crosby had changed sides in 2015?or Boris Johnson had become Prime Minister after the European referendum?Welcome to the world of political counterfactuals, where scholarly analyses of possibilities and causalities take their place beside enthralling fictional accounts of alternate political histories - all guaranteed to enlighten and entertain (or make you shudder at the thought).From a permanent union between France and the UK in 1940, to a 'Yes' vote in the Scottish independence referendum of 2014, to Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister in 2020, get ready to see a century of political history turned on its head with twenty-three expert examinations of things that never happened (or likely never will) - but easily could have if events had so conspired...
- Hardback | 384 pages
- 206 x 215 x 36mm | 472g
- 15 Sep 2016
- Biteback Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
About Duncan Brack
Duncan Brack has co-edited and contributed to all three previous volumes of political counterfactuals published by Politico's or Biteback. He is also editor of the Journal of Liberal History, and has edited or co-written several reference books on the subject. Professionally, he works on international environmental policy.; Iain Dale is managing director of Biteback Publishing. He presents the Drivetime show on LBC Radio and is winner of the Arqiva Radio Presenter of the Year award 2013 and 2016.