Unspeakable: Bercow falls into trap of believing his own hype

The former Speaker of the House of Commons has written a smug, long-winded and ultimately tedious memoir

1st March, 2020
Unspeakable: Bercow falls into trap of believing his own hype
John Bercow’s long-awaited autobiography is a huge disappointment. Picture: PA

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Unspeakable: The Autobiography

By John Bercow

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