Friday, August 22, 2008
Total Politics: Boris, Alex Salmond and Dowdy Female MPs
The September issue of Total Politics is now available online. We're delighted that in addition to WH Smith Travel outlets at stations and airports stocking it, WH Smith High Street shops will now also be stocking the magazine. You can read it on the E-Zine, or you'll find each article on THIS page. Here are some of the highlights.
Extended interview with Alex Salmond
Interview with Boris Johnson
Interview with Peter Robinson
Survey: Councillors back All Out Elections
Interview with the Prime Minister of Gibraltar
Pete Wishart MP: My Political Hinterland
Political Diets: The curse of the canape
If I Were PM: Ian Rankin
Why are female MPs do dowdy?
Debate: Is the Green Belt Sacred?
We've had a design makeover for this issue and hope you like the result.
We've also had some great press coverage for four of the features. Scotland is in uproar at Alex Salmond's comment to me that Margaret Thatcher wasn't so bad really, Boris has caused controversy with a hint that he would like to succeed David Cameron, Dr Oliver Hartwich from Policy Exchange has done it again and suggested the green belt should be scrapped and the Peter Robinson interview has made headlines in Northern Ireland. To say we are over the moon at the press coverage this issue has generated is an understatement.
The next issue will be available at all the party conferences. We're also taking advertising for fringe events. If you're organising a fringe at any of the conferences and want to publicise it, do let us know. We go to press on 1 September.
You can subscribe to the magazine HERE for £35 (a 27% discount off the cover price).