In The Wages of Spin we hear first hand how spin-doctoring developed, from the man who is wrongly attributed with its invention. Only in 1990 did spin-doctors appear on the horizon. But, within a few years, they came to dominate and discredit the British political scene. They became an addiction which the body politic found difficult to break. No-one is better qualified to explain how British politics came to be blighted by this phenomenon than Bernard Ingham, who spent 24 years as a press officer for Labour and ...

The Wages of Spin 2004, John Murray Publishers, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780719564819

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The Wages of Spin 2003, John Murray Publishers Ltd, London

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