DIARY: Despairing Tories should perhaps be ...

Despairing Tories should perhaps be dissuaded from reading Lewis Communications MD Chris Lewis’s new novel Brilliant Minds. ‘It’s a story of sleaze and corruption in politics in the run-up to a UK election,’ he says. ‘It’s about a government that is a long way behind in the polls and is desperate to win the next election and then it comes across a drug that alters voting intentions...’ Lewis insists the work is ‘more fantasy than fiction,’ but should he really be giving Westminster any ideas?

Despairing Tories should perhaps be dissuaded from reading Lewis

Communications MD Chris Lewis’s new novel Brilliant Minds. ‘It’s a story

of sleaze and corruption in politics in the run-up to a UK election,’ he

says. ‘It’s about a government that is a long way behind in the polls

and is desperate to win the next election and then it comes across a

drug that alters voting intentions...’ Lewis insists the work is ‘more

fantasy than fiction,’ but should he really be giving Westminster any

ideas?



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