Prawn Cocktail Party: The Hidden Power of New Labour
Robin Ramsay has been a Labour Party member since 1983, and is the publisher of the political journal Lobster. In this controversial book, he investigates how the Labour Party has been influenced by the City, big business and the United States.
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Chapter Two Staging A Comeback
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