Fri, 12 July, 2019


Sunday Mirror, 1964. Remember this?

Posted: August 19th, 2018

Author Daniel M Smith is appealing for help with research for his latest book.

He writes: Were you working on the Sunday Mirror in 1964? Do you remember the Conservative peer, Lord Boothby, had a run-in with the newspaper in July that year? If you were around then and can share any memories of those events, I would love to hear from you. I am an author researching Boothby’s life for a forthcoming book. Whether you were a journalist, secretary or messenger, if you were there, please get in touch with me. Contact details: mobile: 07855 816693, email daniel.m.smith@hotmail.co.uk

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