Prime Minister Harold MacMillan speaking at a 1963 Conservative Fete in Bromley, Kent Having come to power in 1959 with
Prime Minister Harold MacMillan speaking at a 1963 Conservative Fete in Bromley, Kent Having come to power in 1959 with the slogan You've never had it so good", Supermac was having it badly by the summer of 1963. By July, the Profumo Scandal had culminated in the suicide of Stephen Ward, the September Denning Report blamed Macmillan for his failure to handle the affair, in October, Macmillan was hospitalised and resigned power to the Earl of Home who resigned his peerage to serve... but lost the following year's election to Labour's Harold Wilson"
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