Description - 30 Days by Peter Stothard
A fly-on-the-wall account of a month spent behind the scenes with Tony Blair as he attempted to win support for a war against Saddam. The book, by a former editor of "The Times", is a diary which begins with the Prime Minister being slow hand-clapped in a TV studio and ends with the fall of Saddam's statue - a moment as iconic as those scenes atop the US Embassy in Saigon more than 25 years ago - and which takes us backstage at Number 10, in the Azores, at Camp David, and at Hillsborough.
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(198mm x 129mm x 17mm)
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
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Author Biography - Peter Stothard
Peter Stothard was editor of The Times from 1992 to 2002, the period of its greatest commercial success for a century, and is currently editor of theTimes Literary Supplement. He was knighted for his services to newspapers in