Here’s two clips of Martin talking about A Very British Revolution (and much else besides) on, firstly, ITV’s Loose Women:
And secondly, Channel Five’s The Wright Stuff:
Oct 01 2009
Courtesy of Manchester News:
Here’s a clip from earlier this year featuring Martin discussing the MP’s expenses scandal earlier this year on News at Ten:
Sep 24 2009
Martin Bell has now begun his mammoth book tour in support of A Very British Revolution: The Expenses Scandal and How to Save Our Democracy.
He started at the Blenheim Literary Festival on Saturday and the next date is at the Appledore Literary Festival in Devon. Before the end of September he’ll be in Norwich and Manchester and continues from there in October.
Full details are available here and if you’d like any further details on any event, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 24 2009
Martin Bell is interviewed by Stuart Littleford of the Government and Public Sector Journal about his new book, to be published at the start of October:
Sep 16 2009
A Very British Revolution, Martin Bell’s new book on the MP’s expenses scandal and what’s next for British democracy, arrived at Icon Books’ HQ today.
It is published on 2nd October.
Sep 14 2009
Martin Bell reads an extract from his forthcoming A Very British Revolution, published by Icon Books on October 2nd 2009.
New Labour was propelled into office in 1997 on a tide of protest against the sleaze of the Tory years. Yet at the end of its first decade in power, public trust in public life stood lower than it did at the beginning.
So much of what occurred was unpredictable – and, in retrospect, unbelievable.