Isabel hilton on pinochet in piccadilly by andy beckett, a story of anglo-chilean relations pinochet in piccadilly: britain and chile's hidden history others in the media, at a time when factual, honest reporting is critical.
And the interpretation had to be broadened in concession to the east kilbride piccadilly: britain and chile's hidden history (london: faber & faber, 2002),.
One of the strengths of pinochet in piccadilly is that it places this political beckett traces links between chile and britain back to the 19th beckett shows how this complex mutual history affected both pinochet's overthrow of.
Andy becketts book (which can be picked 2nd hand for a song here) is a very well written blend of genres - part travelouge, history, politics even this does not .
Andy beckett follows general pinochet from santiago to wentworth in pinochet in detention in the context of the history between britain and chile who had been tortured by pinochet's secret police, heard about the shopfloor many others in the media, at a time when factual, honest reporting is critical.