Cameron at 10: From Election to Brexit

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HarperCollins Publishers, Sep 10, 2015 - Biography & Autobiography - 640 pages
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The most intimate account of a serving prime minister ever published, this is the gripping inside story of David Cameron’s government as told by senior figures, including the Prime Minister, George Osborne and Boris Johnson.

Spanning the early days of the coalition to a bitterly contested general election, and ending with the astonishing EU Referendum story, ‘Cameron at 10’ tells the full story of a momentous premiership. From riots in London to the withdrawal from Afghanistan to the gambles of two seismic referenda – the youngest prime minister since 1812 faced an exceptionally turbulent period in British politics. With insights into his relationships with EU leaders, the Brexit camp and Barack Obama, this is the essential blueprint for understanding the rise and fall of the Cameron government.

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About the author (2015)

Anthony Seldon is the author of multiple volumes on the premiership from Edward Heath to Gordon Brown, and is considered one of Britain’s pre-eminent political biographers and contemporary historians. He is the former head of one of the country’s leading independent schools, Wellington College, and has recently been appointed Vice-Chancellor of Buckingham University.

Peter Snowdon is a journalist and historian, and duty edits BBC Radio 4’s flagship ‘Today’ Programme. He has written the unrivalled account of the Conservative Party’s return to power under David Cameron, ‘Back from the Brink’, described by Daniel Finkelstein as ‘a superb new history of the last decade in Tory politics’.

The authors have collaborated on several books together, including the twin volume biography of Tony Blair – ‘Blair’ and ‘Blair Unbound’.

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