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Salmond's Scottish sporting surge? Perhaps not
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Salmond's Scottish sporting surge? Perhaps not

It's one of the great tales of British election history. Harold Wilson, it is often said, owed Labour's landslide victory in the 1966 general election to the sense of well-being engendered by England's success in winning the World Cup that year. ... Channel 4, 1 month ago

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Talent for invention is not matched by success [Daily Mail, London :: ]

July 11--More than five decades have passed since Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson delivered one of his most famous lines, promising a new Britain forged in the 'white heat' of a technological revolution. The Second World War unleashed in ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago CITY FOCUS: Britain's lost revolution in technology  This is Money1 month ago CITY FOCUS: Britain lost out on its opportunity to become a technological powerhouse of the late-20th century  This is Money1 month ago

The real struggle in Labour isn't between factions, but between Red Ed and Moderate Miliband

The Labour Party, Harold Wilson once remarked, is like a stagecoach. If you rattle along at great speed, everybody is too exhilarated or too seasick to cause any trouble. But if you stop, everybody gets out and argues about where to go next. No one ...
 New Statesman1 month ago Why isn't Labour offering an alternative to Tory austerity?  RINF.com1 month ago

Seven days to Saba Saba and Raila's endgame

One-time British Prime Minister Harold Wilson famously said in 1964 during the sterling crisis, A week is a long time in politics. Kenyans are in for a long political week as the countdown to Saba Saba is now exactly a week down the road, the day ...
 The Star (Kenya)2 months ago

Cameron has 'no negotiating hand' on Europe

David Cameron is following in the footsteps of Harold Wilson on Europe, former Conservative Chancellor Lord Nigel Lawson has said, after the Prime Minister failed to halt the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker to the European Union's top job. ...
 ITV.com2 months ago Cameron: UK 'can do business' with Juncker  ITV.com2 months ago

Obituary: David Kingsley: One of the first spin doctors in UK politics, who advised Labour under Harold Wilson

O (Guardian (UK) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) When Harold Wilson made his dramatic first speech as Labour leader to his party's 1963 annual conference, offering a new vision of socialism and a Britain "forged in the white heat" of a scientific and ...
 TMC Net2 months ago

London rule can\\'t deliver a better Scotland

When Harold Wilson campaigned in 1970, a very young Conservative flung an egg which broke against him. Wilson showed humour and decency by shouting, "Don 't touch that boy! Let him go! He should be bowling for England! " In 2010 David Cameron ...
 Frontier Post2 months ago

John Bercow riles Commons over plans to appoint Australian clerk

John Bercow has made a point throughout his career of ensuring that he could never be accused, as Harold Wilson once was, of going "round the country stirring up apathy".In his days as
 Big News Network1 week ago

The week after

By Hakeem Baba-Ahmed A week is a long time in politics (Harold Wilson, 1964). THIS time last week, the nation held its breath in anticipation of the final episode in the four months old saga that was the National Conference. The key actors ...
 Vanguard1 week ago Media Roundup: Week of August 8  Institute for Local Self-Reliance3 weeks ago Community Network Media Roundup: Week of August 1  Institute for Local Self-Reliance3 weeks ago Jane Lynch, Tamara Tunie, Vivian Reed & More Set for 54 Below this Week  Broadway World2 months ago

Are spies flouting the Wilson doctrine and bugging MPs

In 1966, Harold Wilson assured MPs they would never be bugged. But most in Westminster believe his edict has been quietly circumvented many times over the years. Will new legal challenges shed
 Big News Network1 month ago
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