The Odd Man In by Denis Norman
The Odd Man In, understated and direct, reaches out to all Zimbabweans. It is a respectful testimony by a man who served as an independent government minister for seventeen years in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe.
It is a record of events from the inside.
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The United Kingdom is on its way … but where to? The future looks complicated, and the present is far more serious than we would like it to be.
Two nose-dives over half a century apart have combined strangely to flip Britain’s politics into a tailspin, and its story-loving public back to life.
(May I stress that it’s the drama that’s caught my attention – the piece that follows is nothing to do with my own political opinions. It is just an observation.)