Matthew whiting reviews andrew rawnsleys much anticipated account of new labours tumultuous time in power the account weaves a compelling narrative but suffers from a lack of policy analysis and the anonymity of many of its sources the end of the party the rise and fall of new labour . New labour was the dominant political force in the uk for more than a decade but even its biggest devotees proclaim it over justin parkinson looks at its rise and fall. Review a devastating portrait of new labour in power for all the concentration on gordon browns bullying the end of the party is a much more complete account of new labour than that it is all the more devastating for it. The end of the party by andrew rawnsley is a history of englands labour party in the first decade of the millennium rawnsley focuses on tony blair and then gordon brown in their attempt to achieve the new labour revolution and the reasons why in the end they fell so short of the dream. The end of the party andrew rawnsley on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers andrew rawnsleys bestselling the end of the party lifts the lid on the second half of new labours spell in office through riveting inside accounts of all the key events from 9 11 and the iraq war to the financial crisis and the parliamentary expenses scandal
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