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City Close-up: Blackburn. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780140037210. Release Date: January 1973.
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Jeremy Seabrook: The far right is feeding on the dislocation of the . No one asked Blackburn's people what they wanted. In 1970 I published a book which reflected the resentment and bitterness of the people of Blackburn then.
No one asked Blackburn's people what they wanted. Beneath the vehemence lay the assertion "they have no right here". Under the influence of Enoch Powell, the remedy was "send them back".
Jeremy Seabrook (born 1939) is an English author and journalist specialising in social, environmental and development issues. His book The Refuge and the Fortress: Britain and the Flight from Tyranny was longlisted for the Orwell Prize. Seabrook was born in Northampton. He was educated at Northampton Grammar School and the University of Cambridge. He has worked as a teacher and a social worker. The Unprivileged (1973). A Lasting Relationship (1976).
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Jeremy Seabrook is a journalist and writer. He has written for the New Statesman, Guardian, Times and Independent
Jeremy Seabrook is a journalist and writer. He has written for the New Statesman, Guardian, Times and Independent. He writes plays for stage and TV and is the author of numerous books including Pauperland: Poverty and the Poor in Britain (Hurst, 2013) and The Song of the Shirt: The High Price of Cheap Garments, from Blackburn to Bangladesh (Hurst, 2015). One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.