The Papers of Winston S. Churchill
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- 1963 - 2009
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He worked as a foreign correspondent, 1963 and 1966-70. He contested the constituency of Manchester Gorton, 1967; and was elected Conservative Member of Parliament for Stretford, 1970-83, and Davyhulme, 1983-97.
He was Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Housing and Construction, 1970-2, and to the Minister of State, Foreign Office, 1972-3. He became an Opposition Front Bench Spokesman on Defence, 1976-8, and also served as a member of the Select Committee on Defence, 1983-97. He was an Executive Member of the 1922 Committee, 1979-85.
He was an Honorary Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, 1969-2010.
He died in London on 2 March 2010.
His publications include: "First Journey" (1964); "Six Day War" (1967); "Defending the West" (1981); "Memories and Adventures" (1989); "His Father's Son" (1996); "The Great Republic" (1999); and (editor) "Never Give In!: the Best of Winston Churchill's Speeches" (2003).
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