A Scandalous Man

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HarperCollins, 2008 - Political corruption - 397 pages
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His near death made all the news channels despite the fact that the Prime Minister had called an election on that very day. The Prime Minister regarded him as the hard man, and depended on him because he brought solutions, not problems. But the political deals he had to do had their price and someone, sometime was going to have to pay it.

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Written by Esler, the other, non-Paxman presenter of the heavyweight political show Newsnight on the BBC, this is a reasonable attempt at a novel with a heart in politics. The man in question is a ... Read full review


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Gavin Esler is one of Britain's best known television presenters and an award winning reporter for the BBC. He began his career on the Belfast Telegraph and with the BBC in Northern Ireland. For many years he lived in Washington D.C. and worked at the White House as the Chief North America correspondent for the BBC. He has travelled widely in the United States and beyond, winning a Royal Television Society award and a Sony Gold award, and interviewing world leaders from President Clinton and President Chirac to Gordon Brown, Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and King Abdullah of Jordan. He is currently one of the presenters on Newsnight and on BBC World.

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