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The Big Red Book of New Labour Sleaze by Iain Dale
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The first edition of this book was one of the first ever written by a collection of internet bloggers. Iain Dale and Guido Fawkes run two of Britain's most read political blogs and they invited their fellow bloggers and blog readers to contribute to the book, which details more than 140 instances of New Labour sleaze since 1997 - cronyism, nepotism, sex, money, drugs - you name it, New Labour have been at it. Charting the fall of New Labour, from the heights of the 1997 election victory to the depths of John Prescott's diary secretary, the book has now been fully updated to include even more sleaze: Peter Mandelson's Mortgages; Ron Davies' 'Moment of Madness'; David Blunkett and Nannygate; Bernie Ecclestone's Donation; Loans for Lordships; John Prescott's Cocktail Sausage; Lord Irvine's Wallpaper; Margaret Beckett's Air Miles; Cherie Blair's Freebie Holidays - Tessa Jowell's Mortgages; The Dodgy Dossier; Stephen Byers - Jo Moore Burying Bad News; Derek Draper and Lobbygate; Badger Watching with Ron Davies; Cherie Blair Signing the Hutton Report; Gordon Brown and the Smith Institute; Cherie Blair's 'lecture' tours; Gordon Brown's Spinning Addiction; and many more...

Author Biography

Iain Dale is Britain's leading political blogger. He is a political commentator for the BBC and Sky and presents a daily political chat show on the internet TV station 18 Doughty He has a fortnightly column in the Daily Telegraph and is a former Conservative Party candidate. Iain's blog can be read at Guido Fawkes is best known as one of Britain's leading political bloggers, writing the pseudonymous "Guido Fawkes' blog of parliamentary plots, rumours & conspiracy". He acquired an interest in politics as a libertarian in the 1980s and then spent several years in finance. In 2005, his blog was voted the best in the Political Commentary category of The Backbencher Political Weblog Awards, run by The Guardian. He was also named at number 36 in the "Top 50 newsmakers of 2006" in The Independent. He is married with one daughter.
Release date NZ
June 26th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd Revised edition
Harriman House Publishing
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