Published July 1999
by Robson Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
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BOOK OF BRITISH BATTLEAXES by Christine Hamilton and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mary Christine Hamilton (née Holman; born 10 November ) is an English media personality and is married to Neil Hamilton, the former Conservative Member of Parliament for Tatton.. Hamilton and her husband have become prominent supporters of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), with Neil standing for a local council seat in the local mater: University of York. She played up the caricature of tartar, with a book called Christine Hamilton's Bumper Book of Great British Battleaxes. Reinvention Both recognised they could make money by being a laughing-stock, appearing on television dressed as butchers' hams and, for charity, on a magazine cover wearing only fig leaves. Mrs Hamilton, who during the election earned a reputation as the stronger half of the partnership, is at present writing Christine Hamilton's Bumper Book of British Battleaxes in time for the.
Christine Hamilton loses charity position after tweet comparing burkas with KKK hoods Ms Hamilton, who is the author of The Bumper Book of British Battleaxes, later tweeted: “Clearly I . Inspired by her own caricature, her first book ‘Christine Hamilton’s Book of British Battleaxes’ was published in October (paperback ’98) and was revised and re-printed in We are on the motorway, driving back to London from Cambridge, where Christine Hamilton has given a talk at the University Union to promote her book, The . ‘BOOK OF BRITISH BATTLEAXES’ – Christine Hamilton knows a Battleaxe when she sees one!! But those expecting the sour stereotype – irascible, granite-featured, humourless harridans – are in for a sparkling surprise. This bevy of British battleaxes brims with bonhomie and wit.