The Alastair Campbell Diaries, Volume Two: Power and the

The Alastair Campbell Diaries, Volume Two: Power and the The second volume of Campbell s riveting diaries, rejoining New Labour as they come into powerPower and the People is the second of four volumes, and covers the first two years of New Labour government, beginning with their victory at the polls inVolume Two details the initial challenges faced by Labour as they come to power and settle into running the country It covers many of the memorable events of the period from the Omagh bombing to President Clinton s relations with Monica Lewinsky From the Hardcover edition


10 thoughts on “The Alastair Campbell Diaries, Volume Two: Power and the People, 1997-1999, The Complete Edition

  1. Adam Adam says:

    Not as fun as the first one as many of the opposition hijinks gone, but a study of government and power from a new perspective Definitely one of the best political diaries out there but will be delaying


  2. Andy Walker Andy Walker says:

    Alastair Campbell s second volume of diaries are, like his first, an interesting read The insights he gives into the first term of the Blair government are unrivalled Well worth a read.


  3. Jeff Howells Jeff Howells says:

    More of the same in the second volume of Campbell s diaries, covering the first two years of the Labour Government Brown is a petulant plotter Mandelson s ego outruns his political antennae Short and Harman are use


  4. Thomas Boyle Thomas Boyle says:

    Worse than the first one, not buying any .


  5. David Highton David Highton says:

    Like Volume 1 highlights the difficulties between Brown and Blair, and focuses on Balls and Whelan as agents of dysfunction It also highlights the key role he personally


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