Life in the Jungle: My Autobiography

Michael Heseltine has enjoyed one of the most colourful and creative careers of modern British politics. In this forthright autobiography he tells the story not just of his political life but of his business career as well. However, above all, this is a tale of high drama and high politics – of the clash with Mrs Thatcher over Westland in 1986 which led to his walk-out from her Cabinet, of the duel between the two of them that brought about her downfall in 1990 and of his own restoration to favour in the Conservative Party culminating in his becoming Deputy Prime Minister in 1995. If the top office at Westminster always eluded him, nothing much else did – as this vividly told story of a ‘doer’ rather than a ‘blower’ in politics amply demonstrates.
Weight 1.100 kg
Year Published

2006

Author

Michael Heseltine

Publisher

Hodder & Stoughton

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