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Cameron's Coup

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Language  English
Media type  Print
ISBN  978-1-78335-043-8
Author  Polly Toynbee
Country  United Kingdom
3.9/5 Goodreads

Publication date  January 2015
Pages  314
Originally published  January 2015
Page count  314
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Authors  Polly Toynbee and David Walker
Subject  Politics of the United Kingdom
Publishers  The Guardian, Faber and Faber
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Cameron's Coup: How the Tories took Britain to the brink is a 2015 book by British journalists Polly Toynbee and David Walker.

Contents

Synopsis

Toynbee and Walker provide a highly critical analysis of the premiership of David Cameron and the Coalition between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats. They blend 'analysis, statistics, and moving human stories' concerning austerity in the United Kingdom, and alleged Conservative attacks on the welfare state.

Reception

The book was described in Prospect magazine as "initially enjoyable but ultimately a little exhausting". It was praised by George Eaton in the New Statesman, but strongly criticised in The Times by Tim Montgomerie as being "dreadful".

References

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