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‘The Forgotten Cecil Parkinson’, New Statesman, 26 January 2016

When most people who were around in the 1980s think of Cecil Parkinson, they will recall only one thing – his affair with Sara Keays and his subsequent resignation.  But he actually deserves to be remembered for far more than that.  Indeed, … Continue reading

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