More Tales From Westminster

Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

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20081005Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

4/5. The People's Prince

By James Cusick.

We always have rules, but as a country we are rather good at changing them when we feel the need.

Read by David Robb.

20081012Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

5/5. A Simple Matter of Trust

The ups and downs of an office romance at No 10.

Written and read by John Sergeant

01The Coup2007031920080914By Michael White.

At an Italian restaurant in Islington in 1994, two men came to an agreement about which of them should lead their party. But what if a slightly different deal had been struck all those years ago?

Read by Simon Tait

1/5. The Coup

By Michael White.

Read by Simon Tait.

02Miss Washington's Day Out2007032020080921By Quentin Letts.

On a special trip to London, an idealistic retired history teacher gets to see the workings of Westminster at first hand. It isn't quite what she expected.

Read by Crawford Logan

Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

2/5. Miss Washington's Day Out

By Quentin Letts.

Read by Crawford Logan.

03An Honourable House2007032120080928By Louise Bagshawe.

Karl wanted to be the next Tony Blair, but he had one slight problem in trying to get a seat.

Read by Stella Forge

Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

3/5. An Honourable House

By Louise Bagshawe.

Karl wanted to be the next Tony Blair, but he had one slight problem in trying to get a seat.

Read by Stella Forge.

04The People's Prince2007032220081005By James Cusick, read by David Robb.

We always have rules, but as a country we are rather good at changing them when we feel the need.

Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

4/5. The People's Prince

By James Cusick, read by David Robb.

05 LASTA Simple Matter Of Trust20070323The ups and downs of an office romance at No 10.

Written and read by John Sergeant

Series of short stories by writers generally better known for their non-fiction observations on the Westminster scene.

5/5. A Simple Matter of Trust

Written and read by John Sergeant.