“But the bloody man plays golf!” – The Enduring Appeal of Harold Wilson

Starmer could do worse than take pointers from the Wilsonian example in the 1960s By Yann Griffiths It was the era of Terence Stamp and Jean Shrimpton, Bobby Moore lifting the World Cup, the wit and charm of ‘That Was The Week That Was’, The Beatles and Coronation Street - this was, of course, the … Continue reading “But the bloody man plays golf!” – The Enduring Appeal of Harold Wilson