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Depp v Heard: the unreal story: publishing Spring 2023
September 09, 2022
We are really excited to announce we will publish a new book by Nick Wallis - Depp v Heard: the unreal story - in Spring 2023. As many will know, in 2020 Hollywood movie star...
What holiday? It's been a busy August
September 02, 2022
While the nation has been at the beach (or whatever takes your fancy) we have been busy getting two new titles ready. First this week is the 4th edition of our very first book -...
Celebrating 10 years of The Family Court without a Lawyer
August 08, 2022
We are delighted to announce that fourth edition of The Family Court without a Lawyer is now at the printers. We have been publishing Lucy Reed's book for 10 years now, and over that time it...
In stock now!
We're pleased to tell you that the 2022-23 edition of the Employment Tribunal Remedies Handbook is now in our warehouse. If you order today you can download the digital edition - included as part of the price - immediately and the print edition will follow in the post.
The book is used daily by practitioners and employment judges up and down the country and is the go to source for the current facts, figures and key cases relating to remedy in employment claims.Order now and get the digital edition today
The Great Post Office Scandal is now available as an audiobook
The story of the fight to expose a multimillion IT disaster that put innocent people in jail. The definitive account of what has been described as one of the UK's biggest ever miscarriages of justice. Written by award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Nick Wallis, who has been instrumental in bringing the scandal into the public eye.
Now available as an audiobook - the audiobook is available on the usual channels such as Amazon / Audible and iTunes but you can also buy it directly from us here (just select audiobook from the dropdown list). You can then listen through an app and / or website called Soundwise - instructions are emailed once the audiobook has been paid for.
“An extraordinary journalistic exposé of a huge miscarriage of justice.” - Ian Hislop, Editor of Private Eye
10% of all revenue will be donated to the Horizon Scandal Fund to support subpostmasters.