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Neil Kinnock
(1942-____) born on
Mar 28
Welsh politician. He suceeded Michael Foot as the leader of the British Labour Party, 1983-92.
She only went to Venice because somebody told her she could walk down the middle of the street.

You cannot fashion a wit out of two half-wits.
Political renegades always start their career of treachery as 'the best men of all parties' and end up in the Tory knackery.
The Parthenon without the marbles is like a smile with a tooth missing.
I would die for my country . . . but I would not let my country die for me.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: Referring to Margaret Thatcher who attended a meeting in Venice just before the 1987 election. Speech, Leeds, 9 June 1987
R: The Times," 1983
A: Speech, Welsh Labour Party Conference, 1985
N: Promising return of the Elgin marbles to Greece, London "Times," 5 Jan 84
K: Speech on nuclear disarmament, 1987

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