'How To Be An MP': The most-borrowed book in the House of Commons library

Tuesday 12 February 2013 22:44

The most-borrowed book in the House of Commons library is How To Be An MP, by the veteran Labour parliamentarian Paul Flynn.

The book boasts step-by-step guides on how to placate constituents, advance one's career, claim expenses and fend off an inquisitive press.

In ninth place in the most-borrowed list is Chavs: The Demonisation of The Working Class, by The Independent columnist Owen Jones.

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