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John Rentoul: Reconsidering the Blair Governments

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Trinity Politics Society invites you to a talk and Q&A with author and Westminster journalist John Rentoul, best known for his political commentary in The Independent newspaper. In 2011, Total Politics called his column ‘one of the last bastions of pure, unadulterated Blairism.’

Mr Rentoul’s book ‘Heroes or Villains?: The Blair Government Reconsidered’, published in 2019, is based on newly-released source material and interviews with senior figures in the Blair project. It seeks to provide ‘a balanced account of how decisions were made, to allow the reader to make up their own mind about controversies that still dominate politics today’.

Join us in Trinity College’s OCR to hear from Mr Rentoul in conversation with Dr Glen Rangwala, Lecturer in Cambridge’s POLIS department, a former member of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq and editor of Labour Briefing.

To get to the OCR , enter the college through the Great Gate and go up the stairs on the left upon entering into the hall. We look forward to seeing you there!

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