Alastair Campbell

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The week in TV: This England; Make Me Prime Minister; Inside Man; Industry
Is Boris Johnson just way too nice in Sky’s exhaustive pandemic drama? Will Jackie Weaver be the next PM? And can Stanley Tucci save Steven Moffat’s psychopath thriller?

Barbara Ellen

02, Oct, 2022 @8:30 AM

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Make Me Prime Minister review – absolute, exquisite agony
It’s The Apprentice for aspiring politicians – starring Thatcher devotees and Jackie Weaver. As reality TV, it is perfect. As a viewing experience, it’s hell

Lucy Mangan

27, Sep, 2022 @9:20 PM

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Alastair Campbell may be white and centrist, but he’s not a Scot | Brief letters
Brief letters: Scottish identity | Opening doors and closing roads | Pension bonus | Hen harriers | Coastal grandmothers | Proper drains

30, Aug, 2022 @5:33 PM

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‘Being an MP was bad for my brain, body and soul’: Rory Stewart on politics, privilege and podcast stardom
He’s been an author, a diplomat, a soldier, a cabinet minister – and still dreams of changing the world. The recovering Tory talks about his friendship with Alastair Campbell, the gaffes that haunt him and his fears about Boris Johnson

Sirin Kale

29, Aug, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Alastair Campbell: ‘Liz Truss as PM is so appalling it’s almost unthinkable – which means it could happen’
The former Downing Street spin doctor on the Tory leadership contenders, the need for political reform and Tony Blair’s legacy

Tim Adams

17, Jul, 2022 @8:30 AM

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To capitalise on Tory disorder, Labour must set out a clear vision and policies | Letters
Letters: Peter Riddle says Keir Starmer should focus on open and honest politics, David Redshaw suggests rehiring Tony Blair’s attack dog, and Geoff Reid has a theory about the current Labour leader’s caution

Letters

29, Apr, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Johnson’s high No 10 turnover is a break from past prime ministers
Analysis: The PM is losing advisers at an alarming speed, reversing a tradition of being bound by a common cause

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

04, Feb, 2022 @5:00 PM

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New Labour infighting and sleaze concerns laid bare in archive papers
No 10 aides warned Tony Blair that Gordon Brown may have breached ministerial code, files show

Kevin Rawlinson and Caroline Davies

30, Dec, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Don’t call it sleaze, call it corruption – why scandal haunts Boris Johnson’s government
From contracts for mates to flat makeovers and illicit parties, barely a day passes without a crisis at No 10. But using the tabloid language of the 90s doesn’t scratch the surface of this government’s sins

Jonathan Freedland

16, Dec, 2021 @12:53 PM

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The rudest things they ever said about the Guardian
This newspaper has upset public figures from Blair to Trump. Here we look at some of the resultant indignation

Rupert Neate

11, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Alastair Campbell’s partner Fiona Millar: Coping with his depression taught me: don’t blame yourself
After decades of living with a partner tormented by mental illness, Cherie Blair’s former aide appeals for more help for sufferers and their families

Fiona Millar

08, May, 2021 @1:00 PM

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'The man was obviously a crook': the decline and fall of Robert Maxwell
Robert Maxwell and Rupert Murdoch were once the two biggest power brokers in British politics. But their fierce rivalry paved the way for Maxwell’s demise

John Preston

22, Feb, 2021 @8:00 AM

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