Sultan of spin tells it straight in diary
Alastair Campbell gives us colourful portraits of the peace process, writes John-Paul McCarthy
British political diaries come down to us freighted with all sorts of hidden associations.
This is to be expected in a field that is so well stocked.
Alastair Campbell has just published the third instalment in his diaries, covering the 1999-2001 years of Tony Blair's premiership, and these memoirs awaken some old chimes.