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A Very Special Relationship

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By M V Harland


The random selection of MPs by a new computer nick-named ‘RADO’ has thrilled the nation. It is going to be repeated for a second Parliament.

 

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The random selection of MPs by a new computer nick-named ‘RADO’ has thrilled the nation. It is going to be repeated for a second Parliament.

Against a backdrop of economic recession and dodgy bankers the Queen invites the President of the United States for a State Visit. With his second term in office coming to an end he is easily persuaded to use RADO back home and dissolve the Senate.

In the UK the nation’s mind concentrates on fund-raising for the forthcoming London Olympics. In a ‘credit crunch’ can the country afford to emulate the success of Beijing? Are there more deserving cases than a three week jamboree for a few hundred athletes?

 

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2010-12-05 Ethna .... If you enjoyed his previous book, Your Country Needs You! you will love the sequel. After her success in abolishing parliamentary elections in favour of the random selection of MPs by computer, the Queen turns her attention to the former colony of the United States and sets about persuading the President to dissolve the Senate. With several entertaining sub-plots, the author uses his experience of banking and finance as a background to see how the newly selected MPs manage to plan for the 2012 Olympics in credit-crunch Britain. The truth is that there is always a dodgy banker or someone "on the make" in every situation!
2010-09-08 Alan .... I should really like to recommend this book of Harland's. I read the first one and was not disappointed by this second book in the trilogy. He manages to keep the interest and interplay of plot going. I especially liked the subtle manipulations of the Queen throughout.

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