“It is warts and all. I mean, often the writer of a diary has the temptation to make themselves the hero of every chapter. This is not the case in Alastair Campbell’s. He recognises when he’s done something wrong, or argued the wrong case, or not supported Tony Blair in the way that he would have wanted to. They’re very raw. I think that transcends every single volume I published…As a collection of diaries, they’re a really important historical document.” Read more...
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