The Prime Minister and Cabinet
Edinburgh University Press, 2006 - 216 páginas
This introduction to the workings of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is written in light of major recent events and issues such as the war with Iraq, the Hutton Inquiry, the Butler Report, the Blair-Brown relationship, and continuing problems relating to Europe. These are presented in the context of the origins of the office of Prime Minister and the development of Cabinet government.
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This insightful volume gives readers an overview of the Blair premiership and the workings of a Labour Cabinet at a time when both are facing increased criticism and pressure.Key Features: