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Sharing A Life With Mr Healey

Tweet Published in the Observer May 8, 1983 My day begins by reading the Man’s mail. It starts with five lunatics and Labour’s National Executive. A box of slides. Letters of anguish: five people want the Man to save the … Continue reading

09. February 2016 by rkh
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Denis Healey 1917-2015

Tweet published in the Yorkshire Post October 5, 2015 With Denis Healey, we have lost not only a political giant but a piece of our history and our collective memory. Born during the First World War, he fought with distinction … Continue reading

07. October 2015 by rkh
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YP Michael Foot: Decent, Deluded and Doomed

Tweet Published in the Yorkshire Post 23 July 2013 Michael Foot, who was born 100 years ago today, was the most improbable leader of any modern major British political party. Why did he win against Denis Healey? Why did his … Continue reading

23. July 2013 by rkh
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