Edwina Currie

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2004

Sunday, 7 March 2004
In a lively and entertaining final session, Edwina Currie, novelist, diarist and broadcaster, spoke about her life and times, from her orthodox childhood in Liverpool to her years in the House of Commons and beyond. Along the way she revealed to JC Editor, Ned Temko, theJewish books she would take with her to that mythical desert island.

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