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The thick of it

AdvantagesTremendous account of the wretched personality flaws of New Labour's top men

DisadvantagesA bit too long, slightly smug

"...set a new low in the way the Government interacted with its employers, i.e. us, the electorate. Their obsession with media manipulation made it seem like they were governing the country purely in response to whatever Daily Mail editorial had middle England sputtering with rage that week. It may be that Blair and Brown stood for something underneath all the posturing and patronising, but if so, that never really came across. They allowed themselves ..." Read review

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End Of The Party -Beginning Of The Truth?

AdvantagesThe paperback version offers 2 extra -and equally revealing- chapters

DisadvantagesSadly, the length and depth of the book might seem off-putting to the mass of x-factor Britain

"...a string of expletives at the least provocation. I can thoroughly recommend this book -especially in the appended, extra chapters paper-back edition- to anyone seeking insight to the infighting and chaos that brought to an end, a once great political party. For now. Having gone through an agonising, shameful era of shallow, self-serving national politics, this gripping and well-crafted read, re-establishes the need for robust and probing political ..." Read review

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