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John Wheatley by John Hannan
John Wheatley by John Hannan
I really enjoyed reading about the life of John Wheatley as often he is referred in numerous Labour Biographies as the only success in the Cabinet in the first Labour Government.

Although not a weighty sized book but none the less I found it very informative, the book did not touch much on his personal life but as it was written in 1988 biographies in that era tends not to delve too much into personal relationships and possible peccadilloes unlike modern biographies.

I would highly recommend this book if like me you enjoy reading about Labour Party Cabinet Ministers.
The Irish Diaries (1994-2003): Alastair Campbell by Kathy Gilfillan
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The contributing chapters by Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair on the Irish Peace process was very insightful.

Although it was nice to re read the diaries by Alistair Campbell covering the Irish peace process to remind me of that time, but if like me you have read all diary volumes then really there is nothing new in them.
Doctor Who Official Magazine issue 465 (November 2&hellip
I loved reading the interview with the five actors that played Doctor Who in the 70's and 80's talking about the latest Big Finish production that they are involved with.

If you are interested in the 50th anniversary then it is well worth a read.