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CHAVS

by JONES, OWEN

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Owen Jones is a writer, commentator and activist. He writes frequently for the Guardian , Independent and New Statesman , and has worked in Parliament as a trade union lobbyist and parliamentary researcher, helping Labour plan backbench rebellions on issues ranging from civil liberties to workers’ rights. He lives in London.

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Title
CHAVS
Author
JONES, OWEN
Book condition
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Paperback
ISBN 10
8494027972
ISBN 13
9788494027970
Publisher
Capitan Swing
This edition first published
2013

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