"British World" histories

From FT, a review of The English Rebel: One Thousand Years of Troublemaking, from the Normans to the Nineties by David Horspool (and more and more and more and more); and a review of Aristocrats: Power, Grace and Decadence — Britain’s Great Ruling Classes from 1066 to the Present by Lawrence James. A review of books on Mary Tudor. James Belich's Replenishing the Earth: The Settler Revolution and the Rise of the Anglo-World, 1783-1939 is the biggest, boldest, most truly global and potentially most contentious of the renewed "British World" histories (and more). A review of The Great British Bobby: A History of British Policing from the 18th Century to the Present by Clive Emsley. Eric Hobsbawm reviews The Morbid Age: Britain between the Wars by Richard Overy (and more). A review of books on Churchill. Paul Johnson reviews Seeking a Role: The United Kingdom 1957-1970 by Brian Harrison. From LRB, a review of When the Lights Went Out: Britain in the Seventies by Andy Beckett. From THES, a review of The New British Constitution by Vernon Bogdanor; a review of Electing Our Masters: The Hustings in British Politics from Hogarth to Blair by Jon Lawrence; and a review of Cosmopolitan Islanders: British Historians and the European Continent by Richard J. Evans.