10th September 1999 at 01:00
HISTORIANS might keep an eye open for the glossy brochure which the Labour party intends to produce to celebrate its


The Diary wonders will there be mention of Reg Prentice, the Labour secretary of state for

education between March 1974 and June 1975, who crossed the floor of House of Commons to join the Tories?

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