Guardian Angel by Melanie Phillips

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Her rupture with the left is rich polemical territory, and Phillips has explored it before. But with the publication of her memoir – a first venture from her new epublishing company – this time it's personal, and compellingly so.
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Melanie Phillips is Britain's most high profile political pundit. This memoir of her personal and professional life reflects the seismic changes in British culture and society over a quarter of a century, covering her decades as a news editor, leading columnist, broadcaster and bestselling author -- a period which saw her transformed from darling of the left into icon of 'Middle Britain' and the most controversial journalist in the UK. Through her poignant story she provides a unique account of her own struggle to emerge from the grip of a suffocating family background, and reconcile love and loyalty with the freedom to be herself at last.
 

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Published May 1, 2013 by emBooks. 128 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences.
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Reviewed by Gaby Hinsliff on May 17 2013

Her rupture with the left is rich polemical territory, and Phillips has explored it before. But with the publication of her memoir – a first venture from her new epublishing company – this time it's personal, and compellingly so.

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