b 10 March 1932
BritishLabour politician (Baroness), Head of No. 10 Political Office when Harold Wilson was Prime Minister.
The man who was running the government one day was sped on his way the next, with just about as much ceremony as a shop assistant found with his hand in the till.
The atmosphere inside usually is reminiscnet of a cloister. There is a feeling that you have been cut off from the outside world. Number 10 is more of a monastery than a power house.
Inside Number Ten