I enjoyed this book as much as the previous 'The Best Laid Plans' where we first met Angus and Daniel. Angus is still his honest, forthright, upright, ethical self and Daniel the assistant hustling to keep up and to do the right thing. So far so good. I am now on to the third in the trilogy "Up and Down". Sounds ominous. Great humourous writing, quirky sense of humour, very visual, and all of that is supporting the political story. Politics leaves most of us disillusioned but this story shows there are possibilities for a break in the mold and the emergence of true caring MPs who want to do what is right, not just what is expedient.

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