British Prime Ministers, A Very Peculiar History

David Arscott

Prime Ministers, A Very Peculiar History

British Prime Ministers, A Very Peculiar History explores the lives, triumphs, tragedies and disasters of Great Britain’s prime ministers.

Covering everything from the early wheeling and dealing of Robert Walpole and the dodgy building work at Number 10 Downing Street to the bloody killing of Spencer Perceval, the heroism of Winston Churchill and the controversies surrounding the influence of Thatcher and Blair.

Featuring black and white illustrations, a gatefold image of 10 Downing Street, witty anecdotes, incredible information, a timeline and glossary, readers of all ages will be entertained and educated.

About the Author

A former newspaper journalist and BBC producer/presenter, David Arscott has for some years worked as a freelance author, broadcaster, publisher and editor. He has written some 30 books on Sussex, and is the founder of The Sussex Book Club.

Product information

Type: Hardback
Pages: 192
Size: 152 x 101 mm