About this book
The bestselling author of "50 People Who Buggered Up Britain" vents his spleen at the state of the nation today. Letts takes a swipe at bureaucracy, multinational corporatism, Jonathan Ross's vulgarity and more. Perfect for fans of Jeremy Clarkson, serialisation in the "Daily Mail" is guaranteed.
No one would attack equality, would they? This book shows how equality's been defiled by ethnic-grievance gangs and harpies of feminist orthodoxy, by risk-averse jackboots of town-hall bureaucracy with quotas and creeds.
|Constable & Robinson|