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Order! Order!

Order! Order!
Robert Rogers, Clerk of the House of Commons, looks at the memorable politicians who have dominated the House over the centuries and also at the historic building itself. The book also contains many odd and intriguing details from the weight of Big Ben to the contents of the despatch boxes.
 
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Code20425
AuthorRobert Rogers
BindingHardback
Publisher:Biteback
Pub. Date05/07/2012
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Robert Rogers, Clerk of the House of Commons, looks not only at the memorable and often fiery politicians who have dominated the House over the centuries, but also at the historic building itself and the distinctive characteristics that make it so endlessly fascinating. Here too are all the famous clashes, rivalries and the great events of Parliamentary history such as the fire in 1834, the attempts to bomb Parliament and the Prime Minister who was assassinated as he walked along its corridors. Although it is the great affairs of state that take centre stage, the book contains many odd and intriguing details from the weight of Big Ben to the contents of the despatch boxes. As entertaining as it is informative and with the unique knowledge of an insider, there is something of interest for everyone in this fascinating collection.
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