Thursday, September 11, 2014

An expanded edition of Breaking the Code by Gyles Brandreth

Exaro News promises us fresh revelations about Peter Morrison and the operations of the Conservative whips in a new, expanded edition of Gyles Brandreth's Breaking the Code.

Which gives me a chance to praise the first edition of that book. I once described it in Liberal Democrat News as:
a readable account of the last Conservative administration. Elected in 1992, Brandreth began as a government backbencher. He makes it clear what an awful job that is. It's not, as young idealists fear, that you may be forced to vote against your principles. It's more that you vote in the small hours when you have no idea what is at stake and would much rather be in bed.

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