A rich concoction of conversations, commentary, annecdotes, essays, and emails that presents an extremely candid, frustrating, funny, and sometimes tragic dissection of the political storm that was the first mayor of Doncaster. A journey through the first eight years of mayoral governance against a backdrop of internecine warfare that raged within, and ultimately marked the demise, of the Labour party in Doncaster.
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A visceral account of his time as Mayor of Doncaster, working alongside Ed Miliband. Highly entertaining, very amusing and extremely illuminating! Simon Walters, The Mail on Sunday
The testimony of the man in whose house Ed Miliband lived for two months, and fixed him his parliamentary seat, is of vital national significance. Peter Oborne, The Daily Telegraph