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James Nicholls

In this engrossing book, Mark Hailwood opens the doors on one of the least understood institutions in the history of British drinking. Charting...

In February 1915 the then Chancellor of the Exchequer, David Lloyd George, delivered a speech at Bangor, North Wales, in which he sought to focus...

Britain has had a long and sometimes problematic relationship with alcohol. James Nicholls looks back over five centuries to examine the many, often unsuccessful, attempts to reform the nation’s drinking habits.