Callaghan's Journey to Downing Street
An account of how one Labour Party politician, after suffering the biggest setback of his political career, used the anti-Vietnam War demonstrations in Grosvenor Square, the battle over trade union reform and the Troubles in Northern Ireland to propel himself to No 10.
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From Treasury to Home Ofﬁce
The NEC and Nigeria
In Place of Strife
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