Out now - The Great Post Office Scandal
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 on 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.
“An extraordinary journalistic exposé of a huge miscarriage of justice.” - Ian Hislop, Editor of Private Eye
“The definitive account of the scandal - from the journalist who pursued every twist and turn.” - Mishal Husain, Broadcaster
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Words Fail Me: The Launch of The Great Post Office Scandal + delivery news
November 24, 2021
The Great Post Office Scandal was launched at the Law Society on Monday 18th November.
How we came to publish The Great Post Office Scandal - and why we did
November 18, 2021
Today, we have published The Great Post Office Scandal. It is a monumental achievement by the author, Nick Wallis, and we are proud to be able to play a small part in bringing this shocking...
Narcissism & Family Law and Divorcing a Narcissist: The Launch
October 06, 2021
We had great fun last Thursday celebrating the launch of Divorcing a Narcissist: The lure, the loss and the law and Narcissism and Family Law: A Practitioner's Guide with authors Supriya McKenna and Karin Walker within the grand...
Coming soon: The Environment Act 2021: A Guide for Planners and Developers
September 28, 2021
We are excited to announce the upcoming publication, getting you up to speed with the new Environment Act, due to get Royal Assent in Autumn 2021. Tom Graham, who has previously written A Practical Guide...
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