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by Susan Crosland
The Prime Minister's Wife book. Writing about the world she knows intimately, Susan Crosland, in her incisive and powerful new novel, exposes the effect of political power on marriage and love in today's Britain.
The Prime Minister's Wife book. Blanche Winslow, a Virginian, passionately loving and loyal by nature, meets and marries an idealistic young Englishman called Luke Dalton. He rises to become the British Prime Minister.
Anthony Crosland had a fatal stroke in February 1977
Anthony Crosland had a fatal stroke in February 1977. His wife had strongly supported him throughout his periods as a Cabinet Minister, culminating in his appointment as Foreign Secretary in 1976, was pressed to stand as the Labour candidate for his Grimsby constituency in the subsequent by-election. She declined, but subsequently wrote a well-received biography of him published in 1982. One friend she acquired in this period via the biography, Therese Lawson, second wife of the Conservative politician Nigel Lawson, once spoke of the impression Crosland made on her
Giving adultery at Number 10 a new spin, Susan Crosland's timely new political thriller has the PM's wife getting up to a little after-hours cuckolding of her own. Set in the heart of a New Labour-style government, the novel relates the history of a flagging political marriage between a Southern.
Giving adultery at Number 10 a new spin, Susan Crosland's timely new political thriller has the PM's wife getting up to a little after-hours cuckolding of her own. Set in the heart of a New Labour-style government, the novel relates the history of a flagging political marriage between a Southern Belle and the nation's leader.
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Susan Crosland obituary . Journalist and wife of Labour minister Tony Crosland, she acted as his charming foil. The Croslands and the Benns were neighbours and friends, despite coming from different wings of the Labour party, and presumably for that reason Susan had agreed that Benn could vet the article. He found it "unspeakable". It took her four years and it is an unusual book, written from inside the marital home, but it is also an important contribution to understanding the Labour party politics of those years which stands as a testament to her skills.
The Prime Minister's Wife. Your speech was the most inspiring one I've heard in a while. Chapter 1: The Beginning of the End. Chapter 2: Mr. America. Chapter 3: Caught Up In My Dreams. Prime Minister Kingston acts as if I'm some racist bastard and talking about African Americans deserving freedom and having the same chances as any white man was some burden to me. As if it took a lot. No, I love all people.
But after tea and porridge, she began to do barre exercises holding on to the windowsill-a few demi-pliés and tendus, slowly building back her strength.
But after tea and porridge, she began to do barre exercises holding on to the windowsill-a few demi-pliés and tendus, slowly building back her strength eet tucked under her, hot cup of tea in hand. The blackout curtains were open and it was a glorious day in Arisaig, the sky a warm blue velvet. The windows were cracked open, and the air smelled clean and fresh after the previous night’s rain. Spring is coming, she said, sniffing. I know it’s winter, but you can smell it, can’t you? Or at least the promise of spring.
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Susan Crosland was a successful writer. There were no children of either marriage, although Crosland's second wife had two daughters from a previous marriage Crosland was a keen football fan and an avid viewer of the television show Match of the Da. Two further books of essays published by Crosland were The Conservative Enemy (London, Cape, 1962) and Socialism Now, and Other Essays (London, Cape, 1974). Crosland and his wife bought a converted mill at Adderbury in 1975 as well as having a home at Lansdowne Road in London.