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John McDonnell calls Winston Churchill a 'villain'

BBC News Thursday, 14 February 2019
John McDonnell calls Winston Churchill a 'villain'The shadow chancellor was referring to the former PM's role in dealing with striking miners in 1910.
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Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has branded Winston Churchill a “villain”. The Labour heavyweight made the comment in reference to the the way Mr Churchill dealt with striking Welsh miners while home secretary in 1910.

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