Dr Jon Davis is Director of The Strand Group at The Policy Institute, King's College London and author of Prime Ministers and Whitehall (2007). He is the lecturer and coordinator of several other teaching modules including The History of the Prime Minister since 1945 - in partnership with No. 10 Downing St., and The Treasury and an Introduction to Economic History - in partnership with HM Treasury. He worked as an investment banker before turning to an academic career, and also spent a year in the Cabinet Office's Modernising Government Secretariat.
Heroes or Villains: The Blair Government Reconsidered
For 13 years Tony Blair was the political colossus in Britain, winning three elections in a row for New Labour. Today he is disowned by many in his own party. Drawing on contributions from the main players in the Blair government, including the former Prime Minister himself, the authors reconsider the history of New Labour.
In Memory of Robin Hyman