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Autobiography (CD-Audio)

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CD-Audio Published: 06/06/2013
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For many years Ann Widdecombe was best known as a forthright Member of Parliament and for her broadcasting and journalism. Her popular success on one of BBC1's flagship programmes Strictly Come Dancing transformed that perception, and literally millions of viewers followed her fortunes each week on the 2010 series, and it is a continuing phenomenon since Ann has been on the nationwide tour of the show this year. These are the memoirs of a woman who joined the old Conservative party in 1964, was politically formed by the 70s and saw in the 80s Thatcherism from the inside - then ministerial office and later the Shadow Cabinet. It is also a book for people who struggle with moral dilemmas even if they are not converts to Roman Catholicism like Ann: for those who love the countryside and for those who like to be highly entertained by some trenchant views on the Coalition, Fathers 4 Justice, the MPs expenses scandal and the state of the nation.

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781409142041
Edition: Unabridged edition

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