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The End of the Party: The Rise and Fall of New Labour (2010)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0670918512, Hardcover)Andrew Rawnsley's bestselling and award-winning "Servants of the People" was acclaimed across all media as the most authoritative and entertaining account of New Labour and its first term in office. As one reviewer put it, 'Rawnsley's ability to unearth revelation at the highest level of government may leave you suspecting that there are bugs in the vases at Number 10'. "The End of the Party" is packed with more astonishing revelations as Rawnsley takes up the New Labour story from the day of its second election victory in 2001. There are riveting inside accounts of all the key events from 9/11 and the Iraq War to the financial crisis and the parliamentary expenses scandal; and entertaining portraits of the main players as Rawnsley takes us through the triumphs and tribulations of New Labour as well as the astonishing feuds and reconciliations between Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and Peter Mandelson. Drawing on hundreds of interviews and confidential conversations with those at the heart of power, Andrew Rawnsley provides the definitive account of the rise and fall of New Labour.
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"The End of the Party has generated headlines around the world. Drawing on hundreds of confidential conversations and interviews, Andrew Rawnsley takes us behind the black door of Number 10 to provide the most authoritative inside account of all the key events from 9/11 and the Iraq War to the financial crisis and the parliamentary expenses scandal. This fully updated edition adds two new chapters and an epilogue which deliver more of the astonishing revelations, vivid character portraits, penetrating insights, acute judgements and sharp wit that readers expect from Britain's foremost political commentator and documentary maker. The fresh material covers the 2010 election campaign and Gordon Brown's final days in Downing Street to complete the definitive assessment of the rise and fall of New Labour."--p. [i].
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