A delightful memoir of the life of a postman in the 1960s and 1970s. Describes also his increasing fascination with trade union activity and his motivation for seeking ever higher office. His description of the worsening in industrial relations brought about by the Thatcher government is fair sickening. I come away with the impression of a delightful man looking to better the world and little caring about financial reward. I am left feeling that I’d very much like to ask him to dinner - I think we'd have a very enjoyable evening!
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