Erudite and indispensable | telegraph.co.uk
This erudite history tells how Britain lost an empire, toyed with the Common Market and was rocked by Profumo, says Simon Heffer
Neurotic but nice | theguardian.com
In the last paragraph of his classsic Never Again: Britain 1945-1951, Peter Hennessy writes "Britain has never - and still hasn'
The Winds of Change by Peter Hennessy review – resonant history of the early 1960s | theguardian.com
At the beginning of 1961 a Conservative prime minister, an Old Etonian, was trying to convince his party and his country of the