Lend Me Your Ears

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2004 - Great Britain - 560 pages
6 Reviews
An anthology of pieces selected to illustrate the history of our times, from the fall of Thatcher to Blair. However, the main focus is domestic: the time of Diana, the age of self-expression; the end of culture; the moment of the Yuppies; and liberty versus freedom.

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Review: Lend Me Your Ears: The Essential Boris Johnson

User Review  - Harry Tomos - Goodreads

It was ok funny in parts but a bit too choppy a bit like dear diary Read full review

Review: Lend Me Your Ears: The Essential Boris Johnson

User Review  - Goodreads

It was ok funny in parts but a bit too choppy a bit like dear diary Read full review

About the author (2004)

Boris Johnson is the editor of the Spectator, a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and the MP for Henley-on-Thames. He lives in London and Oxfordshire.

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