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The Hugo Young Papers Thirty Years of British Politics off the recordE Most of his interlocutors were unaware that straight after their telephone conversation meal or meeting with Young had finished he meticulously wrote down exactly what had been said together with his own immediate impressions of whoever he was talking to By 2003 Youngs records from such conversations amounted to a million and a half words From this extraordinary archive Ion Trewin who knew Young since they were colleagues in the 1960s has made a selection which presents a uniue record of what many of the leading figures in British political and public life were thinking frankly and without the distortions of hindsight forthan three decades The result is one of the most grippin Loose pages in book but price and delivery good

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G and informative books about British politics published for many years Youngs first interviewee Douglas Hurd later Home Secretary and Foreign Secretary and one of his regulars for the whole of the period of this book judged him thus His success was partly achieved by creating a conversation between two people roughly eual in status and knowledge His own preconception sometimes appeared as is natural in a conversation between euals but never in a way which interrupted the even flow of discourse He did not distort what he heardThe Hugo Young Papers shows Youngs central place in the nexus between politics and journalism in Britain and provides a historical document of the first ra A great read recording the thoughts of politicians and others without t

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PDF Í BOOK The Hugo Young Papers FREE ☆ ❮Reading❯ ➿ The Hugo Young Papers: Thirty Years of British Politics - off the record Author Hugo Young – Dcmdirect.co.uk Hugo Young was one of Britains leading journalists for over thirty years first on the Sunday Times where he was political editor and deputy editor and then Hugo Young was one of Britains leading journalists for over thirty years first on the Sunday Times where he was political editor and deputy editor and then as the Guardians senior political commentator On his death in 2003 he was called the Pope of the liberal left but for the last decade orof his life there was really noadmired and respected journalist in any position on the political spectrum One of the secrets of Youngs success as a journalist was that he was exceptionally well informed Politicians from every major party senior civil servants judges and public figures of all kinds talked to him off the record discussions which then informed the judgements he made when he wrot Hugo Young was an exceptional journalist and highly regarded by the Bri