26 January 2016
“When most people who were around in the 1980s think of Cecil Parkinson, they will recall only one thing – his affair with Sara Keays and his subsequent resignation. But he actually deserves to be remembered for far more than that. Indeed, few Tories have contributed as much to their party’s success,” writes
Tim Bale in the New Statesman on the legacy of Cecil Parkinson following his death.