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Political biographer and historian Anthony Seldon highlights five inspiring works from his collection, with Judith Spelman

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Sir Anthony Seldon is vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham and former Master of Wellington College. He is a political historian and an outspoken commentator on politics and education. His books include biographies of the last five British Prime Ministers, from Margaret Thatcher to David Cameron and he has written or edited more than forty books on contemporary history, politics and education. The co-founder and first director of the Centre for Contemporary History, he is also co- founded the Action for Happiness and is a governor of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He received his knighthood in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to education and modern political history.

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