Back from the Brink: 1,000 Days at Number 11 - Alistair Darling Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857892797 / Genre: History / Author: Alistair Darling / Hardcover / 336 Pages / Book is published 2011-09-07 by Atlantic Books
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This review is of the paperback book "Back from the Brink" by the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Alistair Darling. The book was published in hardback in 2011 and reprinted in paperback with some slight amendments in 2012. Alistair Darling was one of the few politicians who survived in the Cabinet from the election of Tony Blair in May 1997 through and uninterrupted until Labour's defeat in the polls in 2010, only Jack Straw and Gordon Brown managed to stay as long. This book isn't so much of an autobiography but a look at the financial situation he oversaw when he was Chancellor, although there are moments when he looks back to his ... Read the complete review
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