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The Wright Stuff
Channel Five
31st October 2007
Interview with Mark Oaten.... Read Full Article

How to disappear, by Elena
30th October 2007
\"This week also sees the publication of The Road to Southend Pier: One Man\'s Struggle Against the Surveillance Society by Ross Kemp, a look at everything from CCTV Cameras in the High Street to the ... Read Full Article

Meridian Evening News
29th October 2007
Interview with Ross Clark.... Read Full Article

Big Brother Britain: Is it possible to travel 50 miles without being tracked by CCTV?
The Daily Mail
27th October 2007
\"The journey would be a dangerous one. I knew that, even before I set off from my home near Newmarket in Suffolk and began my drive towards the coast. My mission was simple - to travel... Read Full Article

Ray Clark Breakfast Show
BBC Radio Essex
26th October 2007
Interview with Ross Clark and listener phone-in on Britian\'s CCTV culture.... Read Full Article

Anglia Evening News
26th October 2007
Interview with Ross Clark.... Read Full Article

The Road to Southend Pier
Adam Smith Institute Blog
25th October 2007
\"My book choice this week is The Road to Southend Pier - One man\'s struggle against the surveillance society by Ross Clark (£6.49). A chance encounter with a talking lamp-post got Ross Clark thin... Read Full Article

G2: Home, lucrative home
The Guardian
24th October 2007
\"Emma Jones, 35, is founder and editor of Enterprise Nation, the home business website launched in January 2006. Emma has started two businesses from home offices in London, Manchester and rural Shro... Read Full Article

Sealed can of worms that is Government waste, by Lee Rotherham
The Yorkshire Post
23rd October 2007
Guest column by Lee Rotherham, plus reader offer.... Read Full Article

Landed earl beats Roman in rich list
Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph
23rd October 2007
\"A North Lincolnshire landowner who died more than 500 years ago, would be worth more than Chelsea\'s Russian owner Roman Abramovich, if he were alive today. Richard de Beauchamp, the 13th Earl of Wa... Read Full Article

It\'s easy to evade Big Brother, right?, by Michelle Archard
Essex Echo
22nd October 2007
\"How easy would it be to travel from Cambridge to Southend without being caught on CCTV or tracked by phone? This was the challenge freelance journalist Ross Clark set himself in a study of surveilla... Read Full Article

Spy, by Harry Phibbs
Evening Standard
22nd October 2007
Comment piece.... Read Full Article

50 ways to slash your grocery bill, by Nick Rosen
20th October 2007
\"We just found a great book called The New Spend Less Revolution. It\'s packed full of great tips to help you feel good about earning less and spending less. It\'s a vital step on the path to freedom... Read Full Article

Wales now at its richest for over a century
The Western Mail
20th October 2007
\"Wales has reached the levels of wealth not seen since the nation was the world\'s coal capital in the early 1900s, a leading affluence expert has calculated. Professor William Rubinstein, who has st... Read Full Article

Richest Briton ever was, er, French
Management Today
19th October 2007
\"We\'re used to thinking of today\'s crop of ultra-rich individuals - Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Ingvar Kamprad, Lakshmi Mittal - as being the wealthiest people ever to draw breath. And - thanks to t... Read Full Article

Politipedia, by Jon Bright
Our Kingdom
17th October 2007
\"A copy of Nick Inman\'s entertaining Politipedia dropped through our inbox the other day, and seems worth a plug. A reference tome for UK politics, it gives encyclopedia style entries on all things ... Read Full Article

This Week\'s Competition
Guardian Unlimited
17th October 2007
\"A timely prize this week: Mark Oaten\'s new work, Coalition: The politics and personalities of coalition government from 1850, courtesy of Harriman House. It makes thrilling reading for ambitious an... Read Full Article

Markets suffer spot of vertigo
The Sunday Times
14th October 2007
\"Brian Marber\'s book, Marber on Markets, is published on November 12 and will be part-serialised in advance in The Sunday Times.\"... Read Full Article

News Briefs, by Tom Tivnan
The Bookseller
12th October 2007
\"Tory MP and London mayoral candidate Boris Johnson was impressed by The Little Book of Boris at the Conservative Party Conference last week. Publisher Harriman House said the book was the bestsellin... Read Full Article

Former earl of Leicester makes all-time rich list, by Gemma Peplow
Leicester Mercury
11th October 2007
\"John of Gaunt, a former Earl of Leicester, would be worth £55 billion if he were alive today - considerably richer than Roman Abramovich or Sir Richard Branson. He has just been named as one of t... Read Full Article

Richest man in British history was a soldier
Reuters News
9th October 2007
\"The richest man in Britain\'s history is not a steel magnate, trader or football club owner, but a soldier. Alan Rufus, a French immigrant, who came over to Britain to help his uncle William the Con... Read Full Article

William the Conqueror\'s nephew was Britain\'s wealthiest man in history
Asian News International
8th October 2007
\"India\'s Lakshmi Mittal and Russia\'s Roman Abramovich will now have to take a backseat in a new list of rich people in Britain, as a little-known French immigrant is said to have been a multi-billi... Read Full Article

Alan the Rich: 1066 invader was Britain\'s wealthiest man in history, by Jaya Narain
The Daily Mail
8th October 2007
\"Roman Abramovich and Lakshmi Mittal are two names never far from the top of UK rich lists. But their wealth is small change compared with that of a little-known French immigrant who amassed the larg... Read Full Article

Alan the Red, the Brit who makes Bill Gates a pauper
The Sunday Times
7th October 2007
\"He came to Britain as an immigrant, fought his way to the top and could not have made it without the help of steel. But the richest-ever man in Britain is not Lakshmi Mittal, the steel tycoon who wa... Read Full Article

Richest of the rich in UK cannot enjoy his wealth
The Press Trust of India Limited
7th October 2007
\"The richest-ever man in Britain is not Lakshmi Mittal, the NRI steel tycoon but Alan Rufus, an immigrant from northern France, \'The Richest of the Rich\' list indicated today. He heads a list of 25... Read Full Article

The best of Boris is a big seller, by Alex Stephens
Evening Standard
2nd October 2007
\"A book of Boris Johnson\'s most notorious gaffes and witticisms has become a conference best-seller. Admirers have been buying multiple copies of the 108-page Little Book of Boris, with a quarter of... Read Full Article

Erotic options, by Alasdair Whyte
Futures & Options World
1st October 2007
\"Naked Option is not a book that I expected (or actually wanted) to enjoy. After all, who wants to read novels about an industry they spend all day dealing with, especially when you are on holiday? B... Read Full Article

Review, by Luke Akehurst
Public Affairs News
1st October 2007
\"I was won over before I even got past the acknowledgements page by Lionel\'s self-deprecating anecdote about being cheered by Labour supporters for having been chair of the Enfield Southgate Tories ... Read Full Article

Electric blue, by Georgie Greig
1st October 2007
\"A history gradiate from Oxford, (George) Osborne enjoys intellectual pursuits. He wrote the foreword for the latest edition of Adam Smith\'s The Wealth of Nations.\"... Read Full Article

How £100bn of your cash is wasted every year
The Daily Express
1st October 2007
Full page article focusing on government waste and featuring one of the authors.... Read Full Article

Home Front: An election will waste another £100m, by Philip Johnston
The Daily Telegraph
1st October 2007
Article highlighting the topics mentioned in the book and directly crediting it at the end.... Read Full Article

Guest Column: Sally Nicoll - the woman who made a mint from spread betting
Square Mile
1st October 2007
\"Bets and the City. Sally Nicoll was meant to be writing a thriller. But instead she stumbled across financial spread betting. The result? Her book turned out more horror than thriller - and it\'s be... Read Full Article

When is a bet not a bet?
Reader\'s Digest
1st October 2007
\"Expert Sally Nicoll, author of Bets and the City,, recommends caution. \"It isn\'t something to dabble in. But if you take it seriously and learn about the markets, really \'study the form\', it can... Read Full Article

How to have a baby for £500, by Wiz Wharton
The Daily Express
1st October 2007
Two-page colour article and reader offer.... Read Full Article

An election will waste another £100m
Daily Telegraph
1st October 2007
The extravagance of Mr Brown is further exposed in the annual Bumper Book of Government Waste published this week by the Taxpayers\' Alliance. It estimates that of the £587 billion spe... Read Full Article

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