"Deep Pockets" is the title of this amusing game of corrupt politicians. It's also a game of (almost) pure negotiation. Each round, one player has some cash from the Treasury and they suggest who will get what. Then there's a vote...
In between those two things, it's up to the players to argue why they should have more (and someone else should have less). If the vote goes against the original proposer, they lose the position and someone else gives it a go. To make it a bit more complicated, players can try to bribe or blackmail each other.
The game is almost complete anarchy as players haggle and deploy the game's mechanisms in an attempt to get the most money – and great fun.
For 4-8 players, aged 12+, playing time 20-50 minutes: £16.00 (£13.33 without tax outside the EU)