Bob Marshall-Andrews joined the Labour Party in 1971. He entered Parliament as the member for Medway in 1997 and quickly gained a reputation on the libertarian left by repeated rebellions against the government especially on legal issues. He is a frequent panellist on the satirical news quiz Have I Got News For You and a regular contributor to the national press. He is a barrister, was appointed QC in 1987 and has prosecuted and defended most forms of serious crime.
Books by Bob Marshall-Andrews
Tony Blair's least favourite colleague casts a mordant eye on whips and rebels, wars and liberties, spin and patronage, and expenses and legacies…