Antony (Neil) Wedgwood, known as Tony Benn . born 1925, British Labour politician, a leading figure on the party's left wing. He renounced (1963) the title of Viscount Stansgate
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Benn, Petropoulos says, thought Hitler would be a positive force.Top Nazis And Their Complicated Relationship With Artists | William O’Connor | November 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
So if “yes” wins, the Labour Party of, oh, 2030 could make Tony Blair look like Tony Benn.
It went so well that Miss Benn was invited back for a second evening.Jane Austen’s Pride and Joy: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Turns 200 | Paula Byrne | January 30, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
On the very day that the books arrived, a local friend, Miss Benn, came to dine, and the family gave a reading to her.Jane Austen’s Pride and Joy: ‘Pride and Prejudice’ Turns 200 | Paula Byrne | January 30, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The cynical answer already offered by Aluf Benn in Haaretz is elections consideration.
He was succeeded by Mr. Benn, who acted exactly upon the same principle.
Lizzie sat silent, spellbound, as she listened, by the sudden evocation of Mr. Jackson Benn.Tales Of Men And Ghosts | Edith Wharton
Benn and Benny represent the stem on which are formed the compounds, p. 45.Surnames as a Science | Robert Ferguson
Resolution, moved by Shirley Benn, urged Government to enforce against enemy a blockade as effective as possible.
Mrs. Benn was sitting up for him, and received him with a rather sour face.People of Position | Stanley Portal Hyatt