How many people know what lies on the other side of the door to 10 Downing Street, or indeed, who built the building? Providing a portrait of the centre of a British Prime Minister's power, this book contains revelatory material on the private behaviour of many of the 20th century's political leaders, as well as an anlysis of how successive Prime Ministers have wielded their power within these 18th-century walls.
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Dr Anthony Seldon is a distinguished political historian whose previous books include the authorised biography of John Major. He is ideally positioned to interview all the living Prime Ministers who have resided at Number 10, as well as their families, to get the true picture of life inside the house. He is the Headmaster of Brighton College. Dr Dennis Kavanagh is Professor of Politics at Liverpool University.
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