by Keith Salmon


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Have you ever wondered how decisions are made within the environs of government? What esoteric processes govern internal policy and the interaction between ambitious nations? Immigration provides a ringside seat to the most controversial subjects facing UK politics. Various political 'hot potatoes' from the horse meat scandal to the overwhelming necessity to control the influx of refugees into EU countries, are placed under the microscope and revealed as opportunistic stepping stones to success for callous political leaders. Follow the exploits of James Greene, Home Office Minister; Sir Robert Pennington, Permanent Under Secretary for the UK Borders Agency; Liam Burns, ardent nemesis of the belligerent Scottish National Party; Bill Fillingrue-Smythe, ruthless harbinger of the sensational press; and a host of other nefarious characters whose paths weave inextricably together in a web of betrayal and antagonism, as they all bid for wealth and success at the expense of their contemporaries, and perhaps, their countries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781848974241
Publisher: Olympia Publishers
Publication date: 04/03/2014
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Keith Salmon initially studied pharmacy, before training as a creative flavourist with Unilver.

He has since become a chief executive in the City of London, worked in litigation support on both sides of the Atlantic, and as a freelance consultant to many Government departments.

Keith currently lives in the Scottish Borders with his wife.

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