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The Sibling Rivalries that have Rocked British Politics

A history of the sibling rivalries that have rocked British politics

Humanosity says…Politics is often a brutal business. Politicians start their careers on no-hope campaigns in soon to be forgotten streets before they try and climb the greasy pole. Failure is way more likely than victory and even when victorious it’s likely to end with a knife in your back. This article looks at the sibling rivalries that rocked British politics.

Mixing family and politics often doesn’t end well. One only has to look at the Milibands or the Johnsons to see how families can be torn apart by the politics of a family member.

This article looks at tensions between a several political families in the UK.

These include the Corbyns, The Rees-Moggs, The Johnsons and the Milibands. To give you a flavour…

“Only a socialist could do that to his brother, only a socialist could regard familial ties as being so trivial as to shaft his own brother.”

Click here to read the full article at news.sky.com

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