BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Michael Osbaldeston

BOOKS: On the bedside table of ... Michael Osbaldeston - 'As I get most of my current affairs analysis from Newsnight, I've long been a fan of Jeremy Paxman. I'm reading his latest book, The Political Animal: An Anatomy, which provides a witty and perceptive insight into modern politicians and the odd world they inhabit.'

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

'As I get most of my current affairs analysis from Newsnight, I've long been a fan of Jeremy Paxman. I'm reading his latest book, The Political Animal: An Anatomy, which provides a witty and perceptive insight into modern politicians and the odd world they inhabit.'

Professor Michael Osbaldeston is the new director of Cranfield School of Management.

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