‘The Blasphemy Laws’ by John Dale

It’s October 2048 and an Islamist political Party sweeps to power in Britain’s general elections. Overnight the country is transformed by the introduction of the blasphemy laws. Winston, an Australian history teacher who has lost his wife and daughter in a terror attack, arrives in London to make contact with the Jewish leader of the Resistance. When he meets a homeless young woman on the streets of north London, he discovers the possibility of a new life for both of them far and away from the dangers of the new Britain.

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