Michael Portillo hosts a dinner party with a cross-section of guests including Rosie Boycott, Gerald Kaufman, Kenneth Clarke, Angela Rumbold, Dave Nellist, Francis Wheen and Lord Robert Skidelsky. The topic for discussion is the political and cultural impact of 1973, a time when trade union leaders were household names, Tories were socialists, and weeks were sometimes three days long. As the wine flows, the conversational sparks are set to fly.
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