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For The Record Hardcover – 16 Oct 2019

1.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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‘The political memoir of the decade’ Sunday Times

‘I praise For the Record with genuine enthusiasm. It is tastily candid about his colleagues … but also about his own mistakes’ Andrew Billen, Times

‘Charm, smooth, fluently written with some cracking anecdotes.’ Times

‘Arresting … Cameron has always been an easy target. But on reading this book, I think it is impossible for any fair-minded observer to doubt that he was a fundamentally decent, well-intentioned man, who did his best to represent Britain on the world stage and left our nation’s economy in a much better state than he found it.’ Daily Mail

‘A truly great political read … As much a guide to our future as to our past … Well written, well edited, pacey, the substance laced with anecdotes about life at the summit. Scores are settled too …  I’ve read a lot of political memoirs and this is one of the very best.’ George Osborne, Evening Standard

‘Well-written and lucid … His account of that tragedy [the death of his eldest son] is heart-breaking.’ Telegraph

‘It rattles along nicely at a pace that belies its 752 pages.’ New Statesman

‘A remarkably interesting account of a remarkably tumultuous era of modern history.’ Freakonomics podcast

‘His book displays all the sensitivity and communication skills he showed in office, and there is plenty of evidence of regret … Much livelier than I feared, full of colour, gossipy asides and decent anecdotes … The heavier policy stuff is also compelling, and revealing of the mountainous demands placed on Prime Ministers.’ i Newspaper

‘By any reckoning, it’s an important book … There’s a candour there that people will like.’ Alastair Campbell, BBC Radio 4

‘A much better book than a lot of people are predicting. He writes with authenticity.’ Iain Dale, BBC Radio 4

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