Andrew Mitchell MP in conversation with Iain Dale

Fri 22 July 2022

Beyond a Fringe: Tales from a Reformed Establishment Lackey

In conversation with Iain Dale

Beyond a Fringe: Tales from a Reformed Establishment Lackey

From his prep school years, through the Army to Cambridge, the City of London and the Palace of Westminster, Mitchell has passed through a series of British institutions at a time of furious social and political change.  In the process he has become rather more cynical about the British Establishment. Beyond a Fringe reflects on the perils and pleasures of loyalty, whether to a party, to individuals or to one’s own principles. Expect engaging honesty and hilarious political anecdotes with irresistible insider gossip from the heart of Westminster.

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