New Labour is a political phenomenon. Tony Blair had the longest political honeymoon in living memory, and this book salutes him and his colleagues for their outstanding contribution to political satire.
All governments, whatever their political colours, fall victim to the satirists and comedians. In a democracy it is only right and proper that they should. Just as Margaret Thatcher and John Major were ridiculed and lampooned before them, now it is the turn of Blair, Prescott, Cook and Brown.
Packed with jokes that would make even Peter Mandelson smile, there’s just one problem: the dangerous thing about New Labour is that some of them get elected…