Inside Outside: A Biography of Tam Dalyell : the Man They Can't Gag
Tam Dalyell, backbench scrounge of Tory and Labour governments for nearly 40 years, is no ordinary MP. Heir to one of Scotland's oldest families he was active in Tory politics at Cambridge before turning to Labour. In this volume Russell Galbraith tells the story of a modern-day parliamentarian.
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