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Parliamentary Book Awards 2020
The Parliamentary Book Awards were launched by the Booksellers Association and the Publishers Association in  2016 to champion the best of political writing and recognise the important link between politics and the book world. The awards celebrate parliamentary writing across three categories: Best Biography, Memoir, or Autobiography by a Parliamentarian; Best Non-Biographical Book by a Parliamentarian; and Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian. Each year, publishers are invited to nominate titles and authors for the awards, with booksellers selecting the shortlists, and parliamentarians vote for the winner in each category. 
 
Parliamentary Book Awards 2021 winners
 
Best Political Book by a Non-Parliamentarian
Value(s):The Must-Read Book On How to Fix Our Politics, Economics and Values by Mark Carney

Best Non-Fiction Book by a Parliamentarian
Greater: Britain After the Storm by Penny Mordaunt MP and Chris Lewis
 
Best Biography, Memoir or Autobiography by a Parliamentarian
Beyond a Fringe: Tales from a Reformed Establishment Lackey by Andrew Mitchell MP
  
Previous Parliamentary Book Awards winners:

2020
Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian: The Prime Ministers: 55 Leaders, 55 Authors, 300 Years of History by Iain Dale
Best Non-Fiction Book by a Parliamentarian: The Glamour Boys: The Secret Story of the Rebels who Fought for Britain to Defeat Hitler by Chris Bryant MP
Best Biography, Memoir or Autobiography by a Parliamentarian: Long Way Home by Dan Jarvis MP

2019
  • Best Memoir by a Parliamentarian: This is Our Story: How the Fans Kept Their Hearts Beating, by Ian Murray
  • Best Non-Fiction by a Parliamentarian: Women of Westminster: The MPs who Changed Politics by Rachel Reeves
  • Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian: How to be Right: In A World Gone Wrong by James O’Brien
 
2018
  • Best Memoir by a Parliamentarian: The Power of Politicians by Tessa Jowell and Frances D’Souza
  • Best Non-Fiction by a Parliamentarian: Adam Smith: What He Thought and Why it Matters by Jesse Norman
  • Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian: Why We Get the Wrong Politicians by Isabel Hardman
 
2017
  • Best Memoir by a Parliamentarian: A Woman’s Work by Harriet Harman
  • Best Non-Fiction by a Parliamentarian: How to Stop Brexit (And Make Britain Great Again) by Nick Clegg
  • Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian: Jo Cox: More in Common by Brendan Cox
 
2016
  • Best Memoir by a Parliamentarian: The Long Winding Road by Alan Johnson
  • Best Non-Fiction by a Parliamentarian: Called to Account by Margaret Hodge
  • Best Fiction by a Parliamentarian: Now is the Time by Melvyn Bragg
  • Best Political Book by a non-Parliamentarian: Citizen Clem by John Bew