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Who Goes Home?: Scenes from a Political Life [Paperback]

Roy Hattersley
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It all began in 1945 - 'The Year of Victories', when the Allies won the war, the Labour Party won the general election and I won a scholarship to the City Grammar School. Read the first page
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