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Who Goes Home?:
This is Roy Hattersley's account of a lifetime in the Labour Party, from his schooldays in post-war Sheffield, through his arrival into Parliament in Harold Wilson's first intake in 1964, to his election as deputy leader of the Party under Neil Kinnock. During this period, the Honourable Member for the Sparkbrook constituency of Birmingham never forgot his Yorkshire roots (or his passion for Sheffield Wednesday FC). This memoir is an evocation of the 50-year journey that has taken the Party from Attlee's Welfare State and nationalisation programme to the modernizers of "social-ism" and New Labour under Tony Blair. For Roy Hattersley, politics was fun while it lasted, even though the joke was often on him. These "Scenes from Political Life" settle no scores, excuse no mistakes and relive no old triumphs. [via]