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Widely dispersed both inside and outside the UK but Westminster politicians still talk the language of Attlee and Churchill How exactly has the British system changed Where does power now lie In Who Governs Britain King offers the first assessment in many years of Britain's governing arrangements as a whole providing much needed context for the upcoming electi. This book is not as anti establishment as I had hoped for which might give a hint as to why I sought it out On page 18 Aneuring Bevan is uoted as having said No amount of cajolery and no attempts at ethical or social seducation can eradicate from my heart a deep burning hatred for the Tory Party So far as I am concerned they are lower than vermin Now these sentiments mirror my own but I find myself at odds with not Tory s but Globalists from Thatcher through Blair and into the modern Conservative epoch we the people are at war with the pseudo conservativesGlobalists in my opinion This is why I read this book to gain insight into a power structure which is not thoroughly examined in the newspapers nor terrestrial televisionThere is a very very good chapter in the book on the role mainstream newspapers particularly those run by the deviant Rupert Murdoch have played in shaping the political climate It is not that the news empires fear the change of government rather the government that fears the powers of the media uite chilling when you see it in its entiretyAlso I found the chapter on judges and the judicial system revealing just how much power has transferred from the ministers and MP s to the judicial especially given that our own Independence referendum was almost affected disproportionately by the judicial in spite of a democratic outcomeIn conclusion I embarked on the reading of this book with half an idea that the governance of Britain is hamstrung by bureaucracy by the ride of the managerial class You only have to look as I do with disgust and disdain at the antics in Parliament and Prime Ministers uestion time to understand how obnoxious and unrepresentative many of these buffoons are The book is concise easy to read and informative

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'Jaw dropping' Daily Telegraph'A timely examination of how the distribution of power has shifted' GuardianWhere does power lie in Britain today Is our system of government still fit for purpose A revelatory guide from the esteemed expert in British government and politicsThe British system has been radically transformed in recent decades far than most of us re. Democratically elected ministers whose original candidatures are selected by a minute group of political party activists at the helm of their prime minister assisted by their civil servants constrained by the rule of law bound by international treaties agreements and taking into account public opinions and myriad interests pass laws and devise policies The author is immensely humorous so the text is never dry He highlights the various weaknesses in the current Westminster system and advocates for a Nordic approach as the rescue Truly fascinating five stars

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Alize As acclaimed political scientist and bestselling author Anthony King shows this transformation lies at the heart of British politics today Imagining or pretending that the British political system and Britain's place in the world have not greatly changed our political leaders consistently promise than they can perform Political and economic power is now. Incisive introduction and brings out perfectly the rolling back of the nation state s powers before supranational political and economic entities


10 thoughts on “Who Governs Britain?

  1. says:

    I'll put my hands up and say that despite being interested in political issues and debate I know knew? very little about the actual history and structure of politics This book appealed to me as a good place to startReading this book I can't tell what the author's own political allegiances are He takes a neutral stance and tells us about the system I liked this Often a bias or agenda seeps into political writing and mak

  2. says:

    Britain 'could do better' Anthony King presents countless problems with Britain's governing institutions and the

  3. says:

    Democratically elected ministers whose original candidatures are selected by a minute group of political party activists at the helm of their prime minister assisted by their civil servants constrained by the rul

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    Reviewed by The Guardian 8 Apr 2015

  5. says:

    Incisive introduction and brings out perfectly the rolling back of the nation state's powers before supranational political and economic entities

  6. says:

    Oh so that's why we can't have nice things? Very comprehensive sharp and pretty much contains valid explanations on all the core aspects of the British political system

  7. says:

    This book is not as anti establishment as I had hoped for which might give a hint as to why I sought it out On page 18 Ane

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    So a book that feels almost uaint by now it is still an interesting overview of British politics post World War II in fact the temporal limits are uite interesting and do take on a period that seems to be ended now although the end point is not made explicit in the book as it happened after the publication The volume covers governments from WWII all the way to David Cameron stopping right before the Brexit r

  9. says:

    I found ‘Who Governs Britain?’ to be a refreshingly impartial and comprehensive take on all the different strands that affect UK politicsAs someone with an interest in politics but a self confessed lack of knowledge I now feel much better euipped to understand political situations and have a reasonable approach to individuals parties and governments’ mistakes and misgivingsAnother excellent Pelican Introduction

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    Explains the significance of each group such as Foreigners MPs media and unions on how they influence the government in the UK In the end it shows that the UK is not as sovereign in determining its policies as it would ha

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