AUTHORS - Graham Stewart

Graham Stewart was born in 1969 and educated at St Andrews and Cambridge universities. His first book, Burying Caesar: Churchill, Chamberlain and the Battle for the Tory Party was published to international acclaim in 1999. Joining The Times as a leader writer in 2000, he wrote the latest volume of the newspaper's history, The Murdoch Years, in 2005. His other books are Friendship and Betrayal: Ambition and the Limits of Loyalty, and His Finest Hours: Winston Churchill's War Speeches. He currently writes The Times' weekly 'Past Notes' column, and is writing a history of Britain in the 1980s.

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Bang!
Britain in the 1980s was a polarized nation. Determined to take the country in a radically different direction was the most dominant, commanding and...
Britannia
In Britannia Graham Stewart traces two thousand years of an island's story - from Roman province to twenty-first century European nation-state -...