Total Politics is a British political magazine described as a "a lifestyle magazine for the political community". It was first published in June 2008 and is distributed freely to all MPs, MEPs, peers, political journalists, members of the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish assemblies, and all senior councillors down to district level as well as being available by subscription and sold on newsstands. The magazine was created by the Conservative journalist Iain Dale and the political commentator and author Shane Greer, and is owned and published by Biteback Media Ltd. The pair launched Total Politics with some financial backing from the then Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, Lord Ashcroft, who in return owns a 25% stake in Biteback Media. The magazine claims to have a fundamental goal of being "unremittingly positive about the political process"
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