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Would-be bohemian with a sharp intellect and instinctive disdain for politics who became the wife of a Conservative prime minister
To ease the UK’s debt burden, Boris Johnson could follow in the footsteps of his political hero.
Descendants of conquerors and the conquered must move towards a universal account of history
The hotel favoured by movie stars, rock stars and Winston Churchill is reopening after a major refurbishment
Actions of protesters over slave trader memorial inspire activists and leave politicians catching up
The PM could lift social reforms from the wartime leader’s early ministerial career
Reminders of Dunkirk and sub-Churchillian flourishes are everywhere
Unbridled mutual abuse has been the stock in trade of British politics for generations
Shadow chancellor condemns former PM for his role in quelling Welsh miners’ riot in 1910
Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill does not so much chew the scenery as devour it whole
Jeff Bezos and Winston Churchill both appreciated the value of skilful narrative
The foreign secretary has failed to prove himself as a serious figure
The actor is unrecognisable as Churchill in this wartime drama
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Brian Cox gives his all in the title role, with game support from Miranda Richardson and John Slattery
In an age of political vacuousness, finding great politicians is a serious problem
The irony of the Brexit decision is that it will mean a lot more EU on the UK’s agenda
A crucial episode in the early life of the British leader is told with verve
Design and Aspiration, Compton Verney, UK — review
PM fired up by TV audience member’s comparison with Chamberlain
The European debate with its questions of history and sovereignty has not changed much since 1960
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