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This remarkable book, edited by one of the UK’s leading political commentators, takes us on a deep dive through nearly 200 years of British political history in its most dramatic expression: the general election.

The British general election is the linchpin of our liberal democracy, and its results are often fundamental to how we live.

From the general election of 1830, at which electoral reform was the centrepiece issue, to the so-called Brexit election of 2019, Iain Dale delivers a showcase of all fifty general elections, with an essay for each written by key political writers including John Curtice, Julia Langdon, Simon Heffer, Peter Snow, Sue Cameron, Vernon Bogdanor, Adam Boulton and many others.

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