And that, as they say, is that. After months of back and forth, of deliberations and heated debates, we are now due for our first December election since 1923. Out with Brexit, and in with by-elections- at least for the time being.

However, the outcome of this election has never looked less certain. Brexit will dominate the next month as it has the past few years, and the end result is just as likely to be a landslide election for the Conservative Party as it is for the Liberal Democrats. What to do? How to prepare?

Fortunately, we are a political publishing company, and so we have access to a great back catalogue of election-themed books. If you’re looking for some pointers on how some of the best analytical minds think the votes might stack up, or if you’re looking to learn from the lessons of Theresa May’s ill-fated 2017 Election, then you’ve come to the right place.

For the next two weeks, all of the books below will cost only £5 each- and if you order more than £20, you’ll get free postage.

Happy browsing!

 

Our top picks

 

 

Sex, Lies and Politics, ed. Philip Cowley and Rob Ford

101 Ways to Win an Election, by Mark Pack and Edward Maxfield

The Big Book of Boris, by Iain Dale and Jakub Szweda

 

 

 

 

 

Our how-to guides

 

How to win a Marginal Seat, by Gavin Barwell

How to be an MP, by Paul Flynn

How to be a Minister, by John Hutton and Leigh Lewis

How to be Government Whip, by Helen Jones

How to be a Parliamentary Researcher, by Robert Dale

How to be a Civil Servant, by Martin Stanley

How to be a Spin Doctor, by Paul Richards

 

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More political know-how

Punch and Judy Politics, by Ayesha Hazarika

Fighters and Quitters, by Theo Barclay

The Art of Lobbying, by Darcy Nicole

Betting the House, by Tim Ross and Tom McTague

People Power, by Richard Askwith