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Yes Minister meets Alan Clark. This third and final volume of Chris Mullin's acclaimed diaries begins on the night John Smith died in May 1994, and continues until the moment of Mullin's assumption into government in July 1999. Together with the bestselling A View from the Foothills and Decline and Fall , the complete trilogy covers the rise and fall of New Labour from start to finish. Witty, elegant and wickedly indiscreet, the Mullin diaries are widely reckoned to be the best account of the New Labour era. 'Every once in a while,' wrote David Cameron, 'political diaries emerge that are so irreverent and insightful that they are destined to be handed out as leaving presents across Whitehall for years to come.'
Praise for A View from the Foothills:
'The sharpest and most revealing political diaries since Alan Clark's' Guardian
Praise for Decline & Fall:
'The most enjoyable and stimulating of all the political diaries I have read' Jonathan Dimbleby
Publication date: 25/08/2011
Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
|Publication date:||25th August 2011|
|Publisher:||Profile Books Ltd|
|Genres:||Biography / Autobiography, The Real World,|
Chris Mullin, author, journalist and former MP, a minister in three departments and chairman of the Home Affairs select committee. His books include a highly acclaimed volume of diaries, “A View from the Foothills” and the novel “A Very British Coup” which was made into an award-winning television series. He is an accomplished public speaker.More About Chris Mullin