There is a lovely anecdote in Roy Jenkins’ biography of Winston Churchill where Jenkins (a centre-lefty who came to love his subject) recounts what one of the women who knew Winston right from a young age had to say about him many years later. From memory it may have been Asquith’s daughter.
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