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24th March 2014

Paul Tyler (1960, Modern History) asks Who Decides?

Paul Tyler (1960, Modern History) has published a book about the people and processes behind some of the most important decisions in public life.

Who Decides? addresses questions such as how the winner of the Man Booker Prize is chosen, how bishops are selected, and how could the Liberal Democrats get into the coalition bed with David Cameron after the failure to do a deal with Edward Heath in 1974?

The book draws on Paul Tyler’s practical experiences and the professional experience of Dr Edgar Anstey, a former government chief psychologist.

To read more about Who Decides? or to order a copy click here.

Lord Tyler was made a Member of the Privy Council by Her Majesty the Queen on 5 March.

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