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About this book

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2002
Metro Books
1843580403 [ISBN]

Dogs and Lamposts

This is tale of the last days of Fleet Street - an expose of the double standards, hypocrisy, lying, cheating and back stabbing at the heart of Britain's public life, by a man who saw it first-hand. Twice editor of "The Daily Mirror", Richard Stott held five editorships in 12 years - a record - and is one of Rupert Murdoch's "three best editors". In a story of political and royal intrigue, he tells of how he restored the paper's image in the wake of Robert Maxwell's death and how he exposed the lies and cover-up of Prince Charles' affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles. Threatened with prison on more than one occasion, this story is takes no prisoners and is told from the top of the newspaper mountain. Stott was editor at time of Don Revie match fixing scandal, and this book has a chapter on it.

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