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    Publisher: Vagabond Voices

    Barking up the Right Tree 2019

    £11.95
    The third collection of Paul Kavanagh's articles from The National covers the increasingly demented Brexit years. He brings his usual wit and depth of analysis to Scottish politics and Scottish independence. Kavanagh continues to have a large following in Scotland and beyond.
    ISBN: 9781908251893
    AuthorPaul Kavanagh
    Pub Date30/04/2019
    BindingPaperback
    Pages358
    Availability: In Stock

    Beneath the wit and linguistic trickery of Paul Kavanagh in the company of his trusted Wee Ginger Dug, you'll find an encyclopaedic knowledge of Scottish politics. Here is political satire in the best tradition. No punches are pulled, and strangely the humour is both brutal and subtle. This collection of articles from The National covers the increasingly demented Brexit years. Kavanagh keeps catching the plethora of material the Brexiteers keep on giving to our overworked satirists, and he adds his own unique take on it all. He starts with a salute to the departing prime minister: "Goodbye Davie, you were the worst ever" but he, like the rest of us, will soon see how the "worst ever" can still get worse. He tracks the posturing of our politicians from "Our tea exports will take over the world, never have so many owed so much to a brew" to "The Empire is dead and ... the harsh realities of Brexit will expose that. The emperors of Brexit have no clothes."
    Read on and be enlightened - and lighten up with a few much needed laughs.

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    Beneath the wit and linguistic trickery of Paul Kavanagh in the company of his trusted Wee Ginger Dug, you'll find an encyclopaedic knowledge of Scottish politics. Here is political satire in the best tradition. No punches are pulled, and strangely the humour is both brutal and subtle. This collection of articles from The National covers the increasingly demented Brexit years. Kavanagh keeps catching the plethora of material the Brexiteers keep on giving to our overworked satirists, and he adds his own unique take on it all. He starts with a salute to the departing prime minister: "Goodbye Davie, you were the worst ever" but he, like the rest of us, will soon see how the "worst ever" can still get worse. He tracks the posturing of our politicians from "Our tea exports will take over the world, never have so many owed so much to a brew" to "The Empire is dead and ... the harsh realities of Brexit will expose that. The emperors of Brexit have no clothes."
    Read on and be enlightened - and lighten up with a few much needed laughs.