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Total Politics is a lifestyle magazine dedicated to all things political.  Its overarching goal is to be unremittingly positive about the political process and to bring subscribers the most interesting, informative and insightful features and commentary from across the UK and the world.

Getting elected doesn’t just happen, it takes hard work; pounding pavements, canvassing voters, attending church fetes, and yes, kissing babies. Total Campaigns will provide practical advice for you to implement on the ground written by some of our most seasoned political consultants in both the UK and the US. Whether it’s a guide to building a local coalition, handling negative information, delivering a successful speech, or a review of the latest campaign web-gadget Total Campaigns will provide you with the knowledge you need to run a state of the art campaign.

The trial issue contains an informative feature, “Are MPs age-limited?”, exploring why the average politician on the frontbench appears to be getting younger. It also includes a useful overview of the lessons we will take from the 2010 general election. Finally, Total Politics and Santander examine the relationship between banks and their small and medium-sized business customers in a Special Report in the October 2010 trial issue.

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