Power and the People - Paperback
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|About the Author||Alastair Campbell graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in modern languages. He worked for Tony Blair, first as his press secrtary, then as official spokesman and director of communications and strategy from 1994 to 2003. He has been engaged in writing, public speaking, working for Leukaemia Research as chairman of fundraising, and continuing to advise Blair, Gordon Brown and other leading Labour figures. His first novel, All In The Mind, and an accompanying award-winning TV documentary, Cracking Up, led to him being voted Mind Champion of the Year. A second novel, Maya, was published earlier this year.|
|Author 1||Alastair Campbell|
|Editorial Review||"Campbell is a compelling diarist... The Campbell Diaries provide the fullest insider account so far of new Labour's ascent to power." --The Times, on Vol. 1 "Campbell's world is the brutal, angry, hard-driven, jokey, football-crazed and intensely male world of tabloid journalism. He is a fluent and industrious reporter, with amazing stamina." --Telegraph, on Vol. 1 "There are plenty of nuggets here that are fascinating, some passages that make you wince and others that are gripping. It has historical value." --Observer, on Vol. 1|
|Number of Pages||778|
|Publisher||Random House UK|