|Denis Healey: The Best Prime Minister Labour never had?
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Denis Healey: The Best Prime Minister Labour never had?
Published on 7 Oct 2015
Political journalist and film-maker Michael Cockerell's intimate portrait of Denis Healey, who died on 3 October 2015 aged 98. Healey was a giant of the Labour movement and one of Britain's best-known politicians, whose career took him to the highest offices of state - although he never became prime minister. As chancellor of the exchequer during the darkest moments of economic crisis, Healey subjected Britain to a level of austerity beyond anything we have gone through in recent years. For much of his career, he was locked in combat with Labour's left wing as the party tore itself apart. An extraordinary life that spanned much of Britain's post-war history, Healy's career has remarkable resonance for today's political landscape
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