Longman Companion to Britain since 1945
This timely new edition of the Longman Companion to Britain since 1945 (compiled by the series editors themselves) provides a wide-ranging compendium of key facts and figures on British history from the start of the landmark Attlee government in 1945 to the final years of the 1990s. The book embraces all major aspects of British history, government and society, reflecting the massive social, political and economic changes that have transformed the face of Britain since the end of the Second World War. Fully revised and updated, this new edition covers the advent of Tony Blair, the electoral victory of New Labour in 1997 and the major constitutional changes currently underway in Britain. This book will be invaluable to anyone interested in the history and politics of post-war Britain - from students and teachers to party activists and lovers of reader-friendly reference books.
Chris Cook is a Visiting Research Fellow at the British Library of Political and Economic Science.
John Stevenson is a Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford.
'to have [the information] all skilfully assembled within the confines of a single, moderately-sized book, with provision for further research, is treasure indeed'