Thursday August 6, 2020

Profumo speaks through his son

{ "b" : "Bringing The House Down: A Family Memoir," , "cite" : "by David Profumo, John Murray, €29.40."}

11th November, 2006

{ "b" : "Bringing The House Down: A Family Memoir," , "cite" : "by David Profumo, John Murray, €29.40."}

There are two options available to disgraced politicians. They can take the Charles Haughey route and remain silent for the rest of their lives.

Or they can adopt the Richard Nixon strategy of writing books and giving interviews, ensuring that their side of the story is put on record.

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