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Tony Benn (I) (1925–2014)

Tony Benn is the son, grandson and father of MPs, he retired from the House of Commons in May 2001, after fifty years in Parliament making him the longest serving Labour MP in the history of the party. His service in the House of Commons was not continuous: he lost his Bristol seat in 1983 and was re-elected for Chesterfield in 1984. More famously... See full bio »

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 2002 Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy (TV Mini-Series documentary) (still photographer - 1 episode)
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[1955] Appeared on ITV in its first year telling true stories under his full name of Anthony Wedgewood Benn.

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1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | 1 Interview | 2 Articles | See more »

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Anthony Wedgewood Benn | Rt Hon Tony Benn | Rt. Hon. Tony Benn M.P | Rt Hon Tony Benn MP | Rt Hon. Tony Benn MP | Rt. Hon. Tony Benn MP | Tony Benn MP | Anthony Wedgewood-Benn | Anthony Wedgwood-Benn
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[speaking in 2004] "This could be the final corruption: in the end you're seen as a kindly, harmless old gentleman. Well I am kindly, I am old, I could be a gentleman but I'm certainly not harmless." See more »

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Good friend of Saffron Burrows. See more »

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An ever-present pipe

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