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Packed with unusual characters, this is a fascinating peek at the power behind the political throne - the history of the most mysterious and misunderstood job in British politics.
Andrew Blick is Lecturer in Politics and Contemporary History at the Centre for Political and Constitutional Studies, King's College London. He worked as an assistant in the Prime Minister's Office and has written extensively about British politics. His previous publications include an analysis of the UK Cabinet Manual and a collaboration with George Jones on the history of the office of Prime Minister. George Jones has been Emeritus Professor of Government at LSE since 2003 and was Professor of Government between 1976 and 2003. He has authored, co-authored and edited a number of works on British government including a biography of Herbert Morrison, an analysis of prime-ministerial systems in western Europe and a study of private secretaries.