1. Introduction 2. Labour moderate 3. The rule of law 4. Stand up and be counted 5. Cabinet Cassandra 6. Retribution in Newham 7. Staging a fightback 8. Anti-party man 9. Crossing the Rubicon 10. Conservative member 11. Epilogue Bibliography
Geoff Horn teaches Politics at Newcastle University
"the strongest impression the book leaves on this reader is as a reminder of the weakness and fragmentation of the Labour right during the 1970s and the exposed position in which neo-revisionist social democrats such as Prentice and Jenkins found themselves" (Peter Sloman, Contemporary British History 2014) -- .