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FOREWORD

"The question is: what are the characteristics and features that make the great man so inspirational and so relevant?"

As a Prime Minister living and working in Downing Street, you constantly feel the presence of Winston Churchill. His leather armchair meets you as you walk into the building. His portraits glare

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