A couple of spreads from a proposal for a new book on new parenting which, unsurprisingly, was written from the perspective of being a new parent.
A selection of 5 spreads/10 pages outlining the Department of Social Scrutiny's position on Brexmageddon. Introducing Dame Maggie Corvid.
Supremely tasteless parody of HMRC P-45 'You're fired' form, with insane content inserted into accurate spoof form. Home/office printable.
The original, annotated edition of the e-book take of the print version - as amended by Standing orders in Council and extra garlic and mayo, to go
Britain: What a State
The Little Black Book of Red Tape
It is a book which attempts to weave a tale of ineptitude and annoyance around a number of tales of bureaucratic incompetence, many of which were the result of a public appeal for real-world examples of red tape. You will not find Euro-myths and made-up Daily Mail stories, but a collection of occasionally hilarious tales of understated frustration bookended by an interesting history of the dark arts of administration and a call for unjoined-up government which predicted our current concerns with privacy and big data.
The book features brilliant, misanthropic cartoons by Gwyn and a lot of dark railing against the world by Ian.
You can have one signed, inscribed - whatever you fancy - for little more than the cost of post, package and PayPallage. Yours for £3.75 including the aforementioned P+P+P.