Philip Gould

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The Guardian view on the 1997 Labour landslide: not what it seemed | Editorial
Editorial: New Labour was a product of its time. History may judge it more kindly than many of today’s critics


30, Apr, 2017 @6:09 PM

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Watch out for the lioness, especially once you've sacked her partner
David Cameron's decision to dismiss Robert Syms proved the theory that hell hath no fury like a politician's partner scorned

Simon Hoggart

11, Oct, 2013 @7:21 PM

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Books of the year 2012

From Zadie Smith's new novel to Robert Macfarlane's journeys on foot and memoirs by Edna O'Brien and Salman Rushdie… Which books have most impressed our writers this year?

The Observer

25, Nov, 2012 @12:04 AM

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Philip Gould: An Unfinished Life, edited by Dennis Kavanagh - review
Peter Wilby on the political advertising man behind New Labour, and the damage he did

Peter Wilby

26, Sep, 2012 @7:30 AM

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Philip Gould: a good life and death

Georgia Gould, the daughter of New Labour grandee Philip Gould, who died last year, talks to Tim Adams about the inspiration of his final days

Tim Adams

28, Apr, 2012 @11:04 PM

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We can't all choose the way we die or how to say goodbye | Rachel Cooke
Rachel Cooke: Philip Gould's deeply moving video suggests that we can take control of death, but is that always possible?

Rachel Cooke

21, Apr, 2012 @11:09 PM

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When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone by Philip Gould – review
This missive from the deathbed of the New Labour strategist is brave, frank and moving. So why does it leave Justin Cartwright feeling so uneasy?

Justin Cartwright

19, Apr, 2012 @10:00 AM

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Tony Blair had 'secret group preparing for euro referendum'

Planning was kept secret to avoid Gordon Brown's disapproval, Peter Hain discloses in autobiography

Patrick Wintour, political editor

23, Jan, 2012 @12:01 AM

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Baby boomers set about the art of dying well | Gaby Hinsliff

Gaby Hinsliff: The way Steve Jobs and Philip Gould approached death offers a standard for their generation

Gaby Hinsliff

13, Nov, 2011 @12:06 AM

Letter: Philip Gould and Labour myths
Letter: What won the spectacular majorities for Labour in 1997 and 2001 were the vagaries of the primitive British electoral system and the fact that the Conservatives lost significantly in both elections

09, Nov, 2011 @9:00 PM

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Philip Gould to Labour: fight the NHS bill but never abandon mantle of reform

Nicholas Watt: In his last political act Philip Gould voted against the NHS bill but advised Labour not to abandon the mantle of reform

Nicholas Watt

08, Nov, 2011 @12:29 AM

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'Philip Gould, the best listener in politics'
Alastair Campbell says his friend, who has died from cancer, was so much more than just Tony Blair's pollster

Alastair Campbell

07, Nov, 2011 @9:03 PM

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