A volume of diaries published to widespread acclaim. Alan Clarke meets Yes Minister in this wry and self-deprecating diary about life in the New Labour Government from 1999 to 2007.
"The most wickedly indiscreet and elegant memoirs since those of Alan Clark" - Mail on Sunday
"The most valuable set of diaries to emanate from the now interred corpse of new Labour; the most revelatory and also…the most entertaining." - Rod Liddle, Sunday Times
"A political diary that stands with the best, alongside Alan Clark and Chips Channon" - Joan Bakewell.
"The sharpest and most revealing political diaries since Alan Clark." - Simon Hoggart, Guardian
"…gems sprinkled across every page…" - Peter Hain
"Every once in a while, political diaries emerge that are so irreverent and, so insightful that they are destined to be handed out as leaving presents across Whitehall for years to come…" - David Cameron
"Chris Mullin's diaries deserve to become the central text for understanding the Blair years" - Peter Riddell, chief political commentator of The Times
Published in 2009 by Profile Books
Amazon Kindle Edition available here.« Go Back