By Mark Thomas
Are you bored to death with having your activities and information saved via institution and massive enterprise? Do you discover the inexorable development of the day-by-day Mail and Ukip complex? certain? Then Mark is your guy. Mark Thomas' fourth publication is a humorous account of a problem that had nationwide repercussions. The problem used to be to accomplish a hundred acts of dissent in the 12 months or donate £1000 to UKIP. (Nothing like a bit incentive.) The goals have been a number of; from company greed and public provider inanities to infringements of rights. this is often his account of the journey and is certain to motivate.
This ebook includes many images and portraits, and so has been produced as a fixed-format color book. it is just urged for the more recent, color book readers.
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