Hague only spent 14 pages on Pitt's involvement in the abolition of slavery.
14 teeny tiny pages.
One of the shortest chapters in the book so far.
I can only surmise that he left the details for his subsequent book on William Wilberforce, which I will read, too, at some point because I am enjoying Hague's writing quite a lot. (And that's something I'd never thought I'd say!)
Here's hoping Hague goes into more detail about Pitt's stance on Ireland.