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Andrew Neil is the most successful and famous newspaper editor of his generation. At the helm of The Sunday Times for over a decade, he was always in the midst of controversy, often making the news as much as reporting it.

In Full Disclosure, Andrew Neil covers the main political events of those years from a unique perspective, revealing the stories behind the headlines and telling of his battles with the Royal Family, the Thatcher and Major governments, and the British Establishment. He reflects too on his life as a bachelor, including the last word on Pamela Bordes.

Not only a revealing behind-the-scenes portrait of the most influential broadsheet in Britain, Full Disclosure is also a powerful story of our times.

©Glenburn Enterprises Ltd; (P)Macmillan Publishers Ltd

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  • Stuart
  • AberdeenUnited Kingdom
  • 03-06-10

Andrew Neil - thought provoking as always

I'm a big fan of Andrew Neil, love his quick witted intelligentsia and mature journalistic style. He actually reads this himself and unlike when I watch him on 'This Week' there was not a whiff of the blue nun to be smelt whilst listening to his book. A very good audiobook if you like Andrew Neil.

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Enjoyed the book

Very very good honest book def worth a listen,, nice as narrator is Andrew Neil