January 16, 2014

Tories, Whatever Happened to Loyalty?

Peter Oborne, Telegraph

The Associated Press

Robert Boscawen was the last holder of the Military Cross to sit in the House of Commons, having won his medal fighting at Arnhem. A few months later, while trying to cross the Rhine, he was caught in a burning tank, and bore the scars for the rest of his life.

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TAGGED: David Cameron, Euroskeptics, Tories, European Union, United Kingdom, UK, Conservative Party

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