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Tory Wars: The Conservatives in Crisis

by Simon Walters

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This title seeks to expose the turmoil at the heart of the Conservative Party in the 12 months prior to the 2001 General Election. Using primary sources Walters reconstructs the battles which beset William Hague's leadership and in particular the role of Michael Portillo in the party's struggle for survival. The book reads like a political drama - or perhaps tragedy - with verbatim conversations reported and vivid descriptions of key events.… (more)
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