The biggest – and, most often, the worst – political events of early 2013 have been immortalised in print, in the new Vox Political book, Health Warning: Government!
The follow-up to last year’s cult hit Strong Words and Hard Times covers all the biggest stories and scandals in almost 350 pages of fully-referenced facts, including the Coalition’s bid to privatise the NHS by stealth (Your NHS will die… unless YOU act now), the rise of the bedroom tax (Lunatics in charge of the asylum – the only way the Bedroom Tax makes sense), and of course the Coalition’s reintroduction of slavery after the courts judged that sanctions against people who refused to carry out mandatory work activity were illegal (‘Worse than two bald men fighting over a comb’).
The shadowy details behind government policies are examined, in particular regarding the involvement of the shady insurance company Unum – of whom our mainstream media are forbidden to pass comment – in the Department for Work and Pensions (When big business dabbles with welfare – a cautionary tale) and the Treasury’s feeble attempt to justify its austerity policies after it was revealed they were based on a false premise (Austerity programme proved to be ‘nonsense’ based on a spreadsheet mistake).
Health Warning: Government! is available in paperback, and may be ordered here, priced £9.99.
If you prefer to read your books electronically, the eBook version of Health Warning: Government! may be ordered here – at the stunningly low price of just £2.99!
It’s the summer read you’ve all been waiting for – don’t try to deny it!
Pop over to the ordering page and pick it up while it’s hot!
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