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Harold Wilson was the first "televised" prime minister Photo: © Wikipedia, Allan Warren

What makes a good prime minister? What does true leadership consist of? And what are the lessons we can draw from recent premierships? You could not ask for a better qualified guide to navigate these questions than political journalist Steve Richards. Richards is renowned for his even-handedness and long experience, and both are on display here as he takes us through the first “televised…

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