Wed, 15 May, 2019


Pic pick

HISTORY IN THE MAKING…

From DAVID TATTERSALL: My rather grainy picture shows, left to right, a handsome young man who looks vaguely familiar, plus three heavyweights – Tony Miles, Terry Lancaster and Geoff Goodman. We were in a hotel room plotting the downfall of the Tories during a Labour Party conference in the late 1970s.

 

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