James Walton

Blair & Brown: The New Labour Revolution should be called ‘The Tragedy of Gordon Brown’

Plus: C4's Murder Island is so confused and confusing that you can only imagine it was nodded through without anybody asking how it would work

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown confer at a 1997 election-campaign press conference. Image: BBC / Getty / Johnny Eggitt / AFP

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