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BY THE SAME AUTHOR King Labour: The British Working Class, 1850-1914 The Secretary of State The Chancellor of the Exchequer Bobby Abel, Professional Batsman Archie's Last Stand: MCC in New Zealand, 1922-23 WG's Birthday Party 'The Tinancial Times: A Centenary History Cazenove & Co: A History LIFTE: A Market and its Makers Phillips 6 Drew: Professionals in the City (with W. Reader) Siegmund Warburg: A Centenary Appreciation The City of London, Volume I: A World oj its Own, 18/5-90 The City of London, Volume II: Golden Years, 1S90-1914 The City of London, Volume III: Illusions o\ Gold, 1914-45 The City of London, Volume IV: A Club No More, 1945-2000 City State: How the Markets Came to Rule our World (with Richard Roberts) Edited: Henry James, London Stories and Other Writings Hank of England: Money, Power and Inf/uemc, 1694-1994 (with Richard Roberts) Tales of a New Jerusalem Austerity Britain, 1945-51 family Britain, 1951-57 MODERNITY BRITAIN Opening the Box, 1957-59 David Kynaston BLOOMSBURY First published in Great Britain 2013 Copyright © 2013 by David Kynaston The moral right of the author has been asserted No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission from the publisher except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews Every reasonable effort has been made to trace copyright holders of material reproduced in this book, but if any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers would be glad to hear from them.
For legal purpose*, the Acknowledgements on page 397 and the Picture Credits on page 399 constitute extensions of the copyright page Bloomsburv Publishing Pic 50 Bedford Square London WCi B j DP Publishing, London, New Delhi, New York and Sydney A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN 9780747s 8S93 1 109876^4321 Typeset by Hewer Text UK Ltd, Edinburgh Printed and bound in Great Britain by CPl Group (UK) Ltd, Crodon CKo 4YY Contents Author's Note OPENING THE BOX PART ONE 1 Isn' 'c Smashin'?
Little was as unashamedly English as At the Drop of a Hat, the musical revue by Michael Flanders and Donald Swann playing since 24 January to packed houses at the Fortune Theatre.
'The right, centre & left of the party; the extreme "Suez" group; the extreme opposition to Suez; the loyal centre - and last, but not least, U & non-U (to use the jargon that Nancy Mitford has popularised), that is, Eton, Winchester, etc.
on the one hand; Board school & grammar school on the other.' Top people also had to face the cameras, and Macmillan on the 17th found himself on fraught terms with the new-fangled teleprompter as he gave a ministerial broadcast. Tn its extremely clear intimation that we were neither a second-rate power nor a satellite [i.e.
I can't ever remember being so dead since about 1947.'' 'Top People Take The Times' was a new poster from Monday the 14th, as the PM sought to finalise his administration.
'Many considerations had to be borne in mind,' the Old Etonian (like his predecessor) would reflect after a difficult process.