Prime Minister Corbyn: And other things that never happened

Posted by: on Sep 29, 2016 | No Comments

Welcome to the world of political counterfactuals, where scholarly analyses of possibilities and causalities take their place beside enthralling fictional accounts of alternate political histories – all guaranteed to enlighten and entertain (or make you shudder at the thought).

From a permanent union between France and the UK in 1940, to a ‘Yes’ vote in the Scottish independence referendum of 2014, to Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister in 2020, get ready to see a century of political history turned on its head with twenty-three expert examinations of things that never happened (or likely never will) – but easily could have if events had so conspired…

Read my chapter on what is…? David Miliband had beaten Ed Miliband to the Labour leadership?


Prime Minister Corbyn: And Other Things That Never Happened