by Stephen Tall on July 26, 2006
Fifty years ago, an unpopular Prime Minister, shorn of authority and credibility by a disastrous military adventure in the Middle East, resigned in disgrace. He was replaced by his scheming Chancellor of the Exchequer, who had supported the policy to the hilt behind the scenes.
Write your own punchline…
PS: Alex Wilcock got there before me (and more thoughtfully) here.