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'In The Morning I Will Be Sober & You Will Still Be Ugly': Churchill Tops Best Insult List

Winston Churchill's scathing put-down of Britain's first female MP has seen the war-time Prime Minister voted king of the witty insults. Churchill frequently butted heads with Conservative Lady As

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Onassis, Jackie and me: The writer of a new play about Aristotle Onassis reveals his own wild encounters with the tortured playboy

Onassis with Sir Winston Churchill in 1963, who introduced him to JFK, then a promising young senator, and his wife, Jackie

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King George VI -- often forgotten because he was king during Winston Churchill's time, but a truly great king at a time when the nation and the world truly needed him.

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Never Give In! - The Best of Winston Churchills Speeches: “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill #Winston_Churchill

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Winston Churchill walks through the ruins of Coventry Cathedral, 1941. Churchill's speeches were a great inspiration to the embattled British. His first speech as prime minister was the famous "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat". One historian has called its effect on Parliament as "electrifying"; the House of Commons that had ignored him during the 1930s "was now listening, and cheering".

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