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Alumni elected as French MPs
Herve Berville (MSc in Economic History in 2013), Alexander Holroyd (Intercollegiate 2007) and Roland Lescure (MSc Economics 1992) have been elected to the National Assembly of France as members of President Macron’s political party En Marche! Herve represents the Côtes-d'Armor 2nd constituency, Robert represents French residents in Canada and the United State and Alexander represents French residents in London.
Frankie Bennett (LLB 2014)
Frankie has founded The Hard Yard, an initiative to employ ex-prisoners to lead their prison-style workouts for the paying public.  The Hard Yard’s vision is to normalise the idea of employing and working with people who have been in prison, challenge the perceptions around ex-offenders, and influence other employers to view criminal records differently too. 
Nathan	Minsberg (MSc Media & Communications 2014)
Nathan has directed, edited and produced his first film, a feature-length featuring the story of Ginette, from her native Tunisia to her adoptive city of Marseille, in her role as the Sephardic matriarch. This wife and mother recounts her upbringing in North Africa, the War, an enduring love story, her devotion to the Jewish community and reflections on modern life. 
Keavy Larkin (MSc Environment and Development 2011)
Keavy works as strategic Partnership Manager at Make it Cheaper, a company that takes the hassle out of shopping around for better deals on electricity, gas, insurance, merchant services and telecoms for businesses. 
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Alumni Books

Community Organization and Development
Stephen Clarke ( MSc in Social Policy and Administration 197)
Wales Press Cardiff, 304 pp, £49.99 p/b
Dirty War
Glenn Cross (General Course 1984
Helion and Company, 290pp, £20,51 h/b
Superpower Rivalry
Joseph Heller (PhD Governement 1971)
Manchester University Press, 304pp, £75 h/b
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