Memoirs reveal Blair’s fixation on going it alone

The Campbell memoirs would be an entertaining light read, were it not for the dark shadow of Iraq hovering over them.

21st July, 2007

The Campbell memoirs would be an entertaining light read, were it not for the dark shadow of Iraq hovering over them.

Alastair Campbell blazed into town last week to launch his memoirs, The Blair Years.

He did a long radio interview with me in the morning, the Taoiseach launched the book in the evening and then, after a television appearance, he was gone.

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