Henry McLeish memoirs

Henry McLeish memoirs

Low sale for McLeish book

IT IS the biggest numerical muddle to engulf Henry McLeish since the Officegate affair. And the secrecy surrounding the facts seems just as intense.

McLeish memoirs given the all-clear

CIVIL service chiefs will not take any action against the former first minister Henry McLeish over his controversial memoirs. The Westminster Cabinet Secretary, Sir Andrew Turnbull, and the Holyrood permanent secretary, John Elvidge, wrote to Mr McLeish after learning that his book, Scotland First - Truth and Consequences, was to be serialised in a newspaper.

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McLeish defends book

THE former First Minister Henry McLeish yesterday defended his criticisms of Jack McConnell’s administration, insisting he was sending a "wake-up call" to the party he led for a year before quitting amid a storm over his office accounts.

Wilson scorns 'treacherous' McLeish

HENRY McLeish’s memoirs about his time as first minister are today denounced by one of his former Westminster peers as a "self-serving smear" on the Labour Party.

Scottish Labour's fragile facade under threat from McLeish

THE irony of the situation cannot have been lost on Jack McConnell.

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