Prime Minister Edward Clare and his wife Adele Floret-Clare live at Number 10 Downing Street. PC Jack Sprat is the policeman who stands outside on the door.
Five years ago, Edward Clare was voted into Number 10 after a landslide election result. But now, things are starting to go wrong. The love has gone. The people are turning. In short, it's a very real problem.
Edward worries about this. All he wants is for the people of Clare's Britain to like him, and for them to be happy. He enlists the help of Jack Sprat and together they travel round the country incognito, ending up at Jack's childhood home. His mother Norma lives in Leicester, and her address is Number 10 too, but that's where the similarity ends...
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A wickedly entertaining and passionate swipe at New Labour ( The Times)
There is a gem on nearly every page. Nothing escapes Townsend's withering pen. Satirical, witty, observant . . . a clever book ( Observer)
Poignant, hilarious, heart-rending, devastating ( New Statesman)
A delight. Genuinely funny . . . compassion shines through the unashamedly ironic social commentary ( Guardian)
Sue Townsend became Britain's bestselling author of the 1980s with her books THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE AGED 13 3/4 and THE GROWING PAINS OF ADRIAN MOLE. She is the author of seven other novels, including THE QUEEN AND I, and her collected journalism, THE PUBLIC CONFESSIONS OF A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN (AGED 55 3/4), was published in 2001. She is well known as a playwright and lives in Leicester.
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Book Description Penguin UK, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0140279415
Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 336 pages. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0140279415