Saw this tribute/discussion with Tony Benn the other day:
Passionate, articulate, courteous and radical, Tony benn's appetite for politics is undimmed. He might look like a kindly old gent, just don't assume that he's harmless
Tony Benn's old house is on a tree-lined main road in one of London's fanciest boroughs. You can easily spot it, even when you're whizzing past in a car. The front door is a bold Labour red, and there is a brown plaque on the white facade commemorating his wife, 'Caroline DeCamp Benn - Author, Teacher, and Socialist', who died 12 years ago.
So here you have it. The two great loves of Benn's long life, politics and his wife, for all the world to see. The only thing missing is the man himself.
That's because Benn has left the building. Eighteen months ago Labour's most famous ...