An awful lot has happened since that bright, fateful May morning in 1997 when New Labor swept to power. Things, we were told, could only get better. Instead, things took a turn for the worse. To console Tony Blair as he embarks on his long, grinning journey into oblivion, Craig Brown has packed a special time-capsule of Britain during the Tony Years: from Cool Britannia to ASBOs and from Posh and Becks to Charles and Camilla, the nation’s funniest satirist makes senseand nonsenseof it all.
|Publisher:||Crown Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.12(d)|
About the Author
Craig Brown is a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and a book reviewer for the Mail on Sunday. His previous books include 1966 and All That, The Little Book of Chaos, The Marsh Marlowe Letters, and This is Craig Brown.