ALASTAIR CAMPBELL is focused on the job in hand - plugging his latest volume of diaries, Power And The People, which covers 1997-1999 and follows on from The Blair Years, published three years ago.
THE success of political leadership lies on being able to capture the mood of your country, and persuade people that the values and vision you hold - and the policies you put forward - match both mood and people's expectations.
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FORMER Downing Street communications chief Alastair Campbell accused the BBC's Andrew Marr of bias over the Iraq war yesterday after breaking down during a live television interview.
FORMER Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell is to reveal the torment of suffering a mental breakdown which led to him being arrested by police and treated in a Glasgow hospital.
ALASTAIR Campbell, the former spin doctor at the heart of New Labour's decade of rule in Downing Street, last night gave grudging credit to the Scottish National Party for its successful Holyrood election campaign.
ALASTAIR Campbell has toned down his memoirs of life in No 10 after friends of Tony Blair asked him not to reveal that the Prime Minister swears like a trooper, it emerged last night.
THE diaries of the former Downing Street spin chief Alastair Campbell are to be televised by the BBC.
LABOUR was propelled into a fresh "dirty tricks" row last night after Alastair Campbell unveiled a new dossier detailing the secrets of the Tory strategy for regaining power.
LABOUR spin doctor Alastair Campbell is to speak at an event in Edinburgh next week.
FORMER No 10 communications director Alastair Campbell has revealed for the first time that he has considered a return to Westminster - this time as an MP.
ALASTAIR Campbell yesterday stepped up his war of words with the media, branding the Daily Mail "vile" and challenging its editor, Paul Dacre, to a head-to-head public debate.
ALASTAIR Campbell, Tony Blair’s former chief spin doctor, has signed a deal with Channel Five to present his own interview series, it was announced last night.
REPORTS of Peter Mandelson’s return to frontline politics have been plentiful but, like sightings of Shergar or Lord Lucan, are often found on closer inspection not to be true, writes Jason Beattie.
DOWNING Street’s attempt to use Alastair Campbell’s departure to usher in a "post-spin" era came unstuck yesterday after his successor became embroiled in a row over his business interests.
IT IS the end of history; or at least the end of the hand of history, the queen of hearts, and the bog-standard comprehensive.
ONE of my earliest journalistic heroes was a diminutive but dapper man from Paisley by the name of Robert Millar. It wasn’t just that he helped teach me the finer points of putting words on paper, it was also his amazing facility for absenting himself from the office without being noticed by our superiors that endeared him to me.
ALASTAIR Campbell faces a further public grilling to explain key discrepancies in his evidence to the inquiry into the apparent suicide of weapons expert David Kelly.
THERE were always two sides to Alastair Campbell.
THE Prime Minister’s inner circle used to be the envy of ministers. It changed annually - some moved in - and out - and membership was the key to power. Now, it is almost empty.
THE gilded splendour of the members’ lobby of the House of Commons is unlikely to have played host to a more influential event than the brief meeting that took place 20 years ago between a junior reporter on the Daily Mirror and a fresh-faced young Labour MP from the North-east.