Author: Laura Dewis

92Rewind: Fanfare for the 'common man'

Updated Tuesday, 13th April 2010
John Major visits his childhood home as part of the Conservative's 'common man' approach.

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Brixton tube sign [Image: Jason Cartwright under CC-BY licence]
Brixton tube sign

The Conservative  ‘common man’ broadcast shows leader John Major visiting his childhood home of Brixton.


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