1. Alastair Campbell was created on, may 25, 1957 in Keighley, Yorkshire, Britain as Alastair John Campbell.
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2. Alastair Campbell was appointed a chairman of selectors in 2009 and he picked Zimbabwe's first team on their return to Test cricket in 2011.
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3. In 1994, against Sri Lanka at Harare, Alastair Campbell was dismissed for 99.
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4. Alastair Campbell was appointed the Zimbabwean skipper in 1996, and he led the side for a good three years, till November 1999.
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9. Alastair Campbell created a Strategic Communications Unit which gave Downing Street the power to co-ordinate all government activity, using what became known as "the grid" as its main apparatus.
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11. Alastair Campbell presented and narrated the 20 February 2012 edition of BBC current affairs programme Panorama, which was entitled "Britain's Hidden Alcoholics".
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12. Alastair Campbell worked again for the Labour Party in the run-up to the May 2005 general election.
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14. Alastair Campbell demanded, in vain, a retraction and apology from the BBC.
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15. In 2005, Alastair Campbell was played by Jonathan Cake in the Channel 4 television film The Government Inspector, based on the David Kelly Case.
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18. In 2018 Alastair Campbell became part of the top table team at the People's Vote campaign fighting for a referendum on the Brexit deal.
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25. Alastair Campbell acts as an ambassador for a number of mental health charities including Time to Change, Mind and Alcohol Concern.
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27. Alastair Campbell is an occasional presenter for LBC radio, and hit the headlines when his daughter Grace called into a debate on feminism to challenge Campbell's feminist credentials.
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28. In May 2012, Alastair Campbell took a role at PR agency Portland Communications, at the invitation of Tim Allan, a former adviser to Tony Blair.
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29. Alastair Campbell presented and narrated the edition of 20 February 2012 of BBC current affairs programme Panorama, which was entitled "Britain's Hidden Alcoholics".
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32. Alastair Campbell appeared on BBC's Top Gear in July 2010 where he was booed by the audience but set a time of 1:47 around the Top Gear test track in the Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car segment.
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34. Alastair Campbell appeared as a mentor in the BBC Two series The Speaker in April 2009 offering his advice on persuasive speaking.
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38. Alastair Campbell expressed an intention to one day publish the diaries in fuller form, and indicated in the introduction to the book that he did not wish to make matters harder for Brown in his new role as Prime Minister, or to damage the Labour Party.
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39. Alastair Campbell wrote a column for The Times during the tour.
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41. Alastair Campbell worked again for the Labour Party as Campaign Director in the run-up to their third consecutive victory at the 2005 general election.
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43. Alastair Campbell was sponsored by US President George W Bush to complete the London Marathon in aid of leukaemia research charity, Bloodwise.
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44. Alastair Campbell put Downing Street briefings on record for the first time, and though he was only identified as "The Prime Minister's Official Spokesman", he became one of the most high profile and written about figures in British politics, earning the epithet "the real deputy Prime Minister".
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45. Alastair Campbell created a Strategic Communications Unit which gave Downing Street the power to co-ordinate all government activity, using what became known as "the grid" as it's main apparatus.
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48. Alastair Campbell played an important role in the run-up to the 1997 general election, working with Peter Mandelson to co-ordinate Labour's election campaign.
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49. Alastair Campbell wrote the speech that led to the party's review of Clause Four and the birth of "New Labour".
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53. Alastair Campbell has talked extensively about how Donald, the Principal's official bagpiper at Glasgow University and a competitor in high-level Piobaireachd competitions, had inspired him to fight for better mental health services and understanding, and to become the ambassador for several mental health charities.
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54. Alastair Campbell spent a year teaching in a secondary school in the south of France as part of his academic degree course.
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57. Alastair Campbell is known for his famously biased commentaries for Burnley FC's Clarets Player website.
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59. Alastair Campbell would go over the county border to Lancashire to watch Burnley FC.
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60. Alastair Campbell was born on 25 May 1957 in Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire, son of a Scottish veterinary surgeon, Donald Campbell, and his wife Elizabeth.
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61. Alastair Campbell continues to act as a consultant strategist and as an ambassador for Time To Change and other mental health charities.
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