Manxiety: The Difficulties of Being Male (Provocations)

By Dylan Jones

Masculinity, it appears, is in crisis. Diminished by feminists, mocked by their peers and ridiculed by the media, it seems not a week goes by when men are not being accused of being too violent, too stupid or too sexual. Is it time for a men’s movement, or do men just need to get a grip and ‘man up’? Who better to answer these questions than GQ editor Dylan Jones.




The Margaret Thatcher Colouring Book

by Nathan Brenville

At long last, colouring books come of age with a tribute to the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Featuring cameos from luminaries such as Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan and Jeremy Corbyn, The Margaret Thatcher Colouring Book gives friends and foes alike the chance to sharpen their pencils and colour in the Iron Lady however they deem appropriate…




In Trump We Trust: How He Outsmarted the Politicians, the Elites and the Media

by Ann Coulter

The Trump phenomenon has unarguably been the biggest story of the US presidential race so far. Just how did he manage to win over the support of millions of Republicans? Does he have a chance of winning in November? What would he be like as president?




The Alternative: Towards a New Progressive Politics

by Lisa Nandy MP, Caroline Lucas MP and Chris Bowers

In the wake of the 2015 general election result and the 2016 EU referendum outcome, there is a growing recognition that cross-party cooperation among the progressives is needed to reinvigorate politics and inspire a credible alternative to the Conservative government.

With contributions from a broad range of left and centre-left voices – including Siân Berry, Mhairi Black, Frances O'Grady, Tim Farron, Carys Afoko and Neal Lawson – The Alternative sets out a base of core values around which progressives can unite.


Trillion Dollar Baby: How Norway Beat the Oil Giants and Won a Lasting Fortune

by Paul Cleary

For most of its history, the remote and near-Arctic nation of Norway has eked out a marginal existence from fishing, forestry and shipping. That is, until Christmas Eve 1969, when oil was discovered off its southern coast. Now, less than fifty years later, Norway has the largest sovereign wealth fund in the world, with assets of US$870 billion. What’s more, the fund is on track to hit the US$1 trillion mark by 2020. Trillion Dollar Baby is the incredible story of how it was achieved.