Friday, October 31, 2008

The GQ Miliband Feature

Now that GQ has been out for four weeks*, I have posted the entire feature on the blog. It's a profile of both of the Miliband brothers which seeks to discover which one of them is most likely to get to the top. Dylan Jones, GQ's editor was kind enough to write this in his editor's letter...
Elsewhere in this issue you'll find Iain Dale's fascinating profile of Ed and David Miliband, the power duo at the heart of new New Labour (page 294). Dale researched his subjects for months before hitting his keyboard, and he's produced one of the most perceptive political profiles of the year.

If you would like to read the full article, click HERE.

* Reproduced with kind permission of GQ.

8 comments:

Andy said...

Jeez....you posted a link a few weeks ago, and now you got bored and thought you wouldhave a second stab at cajoling us to read it?

Ian Thorpe said...

Those Satanic sluts will be getting their kit of in Loaded or Nuts next.

Expat said...

Glad to see you are back. The Israel reports were rather uninteresting.

Culture Vulture said...

Ed is a dark horse.

Iain Dale said...

Andy, I didn't actually. I posted an excerpt from it. Not the whole thing. I couldn't post the whole thing as the magazine was still on sale.

James Manning said...

Andy, let up! He's just posted the full article, in case you were interested in reading it all. Clearly you're not, so don't read it. End of.

What's more, this blog is Iain's - it's not public property. He can post precisely what he likes.

Morus said...

I don't buy GQ (I have enough to read) so grateful for you posting this in full.

It's a good piece, of which you should feel proud - insightful and fair, with plenty of personality.

ruth kelly's plaything said...

They are precisely as attractive as one might expect from the company they keep. Yuk.

"They belong to a new political class which believes it can run the country without ever having experienced life in the real world."

Ye gods!