The Economist magazine describes No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money as “a surprising page-turner” in its review dated 19 November 2015. Read the full review here.



Tom Keene, anchor of Bloomberg TV’s daily morning show Bloomberg Surveillance, praised No More Champagne on air as “fabulous, absolutely fabulous” while interviewing author David Lough on Churchill’s tangled finances live on 10 November 2015.  See the full interview here.

The Wall Street Journal adds its weight to the critical acclaim for David Lough’s new biography No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money (Picador, Head of Zeus). Calling the study “fascinating”, the newspaper’s review of 14 November 2015 adds that David Lough’s book “recasts many aspects of Churchill’s well-known biography.”   Wall Street Journal Review No More Champagne – Churchill and His Money by David Lough – Nov. 14, 2015

Wealthnet, the daily e-newsletter for professionals involved in the wealth management industry, hailed a new biography on Churchill’s tangled personal finances written by “one of our own”, former private banker David Lough. The widely-read Wealthnet calls No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money a ‘fascinating’ biography which ‘opens a window’ on the City of the early 20th century and reveals ‘many nuggets’ on the life of Britain’s greatest leader of the century. WEALTHNET review No More Champagne 141115

Interviewing author David Lough on stage at a recent literary event, Dr Allen Packwood, director of the Churchill Archives Centre at Churchill College, Cambridge, described No More Champagne: Churchill and His Money as “an extremely important book for which scholars will be grateful for many years to come”.

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