Condition: Almost New
Publisher: Hodder & stoughton
Jeremy Kyle is not just the television presenter famous for his frank, and sometimes confrontational, approach to his guests problems. He is also a son, a brother, a father, and a recovering addict. Here, in his first book, he takes a hard look at the social problems blighting modern Britain and seeks a route towards their solution. He stresses the need for the firm hand and unconditional love that seems so absent from certain young parents and questions the morals of those who see having children purely as a money-making exercise. And he maps out an agenda for change, insisting on the importance of personal responsibility and strong government in ironing out our nations creases. Recounting his own story, alongside the tales of the people from his often controversial show, Kyle delves into the shady, neglected corners of our society and surfaces with a spirited call-to-arms. The result is not just an honest judgment of modern British life, but a no-holds-barred account of his own, told with all the candor, spirit, and honesty that have become his trademark.
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