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Book Offer ~ 30% off publisher’s price

Jeremy Mills Publishing has some special offers planned for February. One of the books chosen is ‘Leeks from the Back Benches’ by Alison Halford.  A reduction of 30% for all orders taken through the website in February means that the book will be sold for £10.49. Postage and packaging is free as usual. Please note that this offer is only available on orders placed in February, and that orders must be paid for by credit or debit card when the order is placed. Jeremy Mills Publishing Limited 113 Lidget Street Lindley Huddersfield West Yorkshire HD3 3JR 01484 463340 (Office) hazel@jeremymillspublishing.co.uk Contact Alison using the Contact link at the top of the page if you would be interested in a signed copy of the book.

Press Release

The press-release for the launch of Alison’s new book ‘Leeks from the Back Benches’ can be downloaded as a PDF file. Select the link below:

Leeks from the Back Benches

A near casualty who came back to fight another day was John Marek, the former MP who snatched the plum job of Deputy Presiding Officer from the Labour choice of candidate; Rosemary Butler. He won the post by a single vote and for his pains, became the victim of his party who turned against him, preferring his former secretary to stand in his Wrexham constituncy. She lost. John won. A solid victory for justice.Leeks from the Back Benches (384) This book also gives a clear insight into how a Police Authority operates and how that body charged with the task of ensuring that North Wales Police force was both effective and efficient, saw off its own Head of Legal Services in a shocking manner. She was suspended for almost two years and her Police Authority was obliged to settle with her in August 2002. It all started in early 1999, when she had been sent a damning memo by a very senior officer, which took most of her job away from her. Her sin? She sent the Police Authority an important report, failing to realise that the usual chief officers’ ‘red pen treatment’ had not been applied to a report …..