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Hinterland by Chris Mullin(Profile Books, £20)
With his dry humour and steely integrity, Chris Mullin has long stood out as one of the more original politicians of recent decades. His independence shone through in his acclaimed diaries about his time as an MP and minister in the last Labour government and in his novels, most notably the political thriller A Very British Coup, which was made into a gripping TV drama.
Now he has written his autobiography, looking back on a colourful life that has embraced war reporting, campaigning journalism and political manoeuvring in the Labour Party. ... read more
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