When an opponent criticised him and said "Denis Healey would sell his own grandmother", his deputy at the Treasury leapt to his defence with "No, he would get me to do it for him"
[In 1978, when he was Chancellor of the Exchequer, replying in the House of Commons to a speech in which Geoffrey Howe, the Shadow Chancellor, censured him] "That part of his speech was rather like being savaged by a dead sheep".
Amazingly bushy eyebrows
Denis Winston Healey
Mottingham, Kent, England, UK
Alfriston, Sussex, England, UK
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