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Right-wing Labour politician. Stood for election as party leader three times but lost each time. As Chancellor of the Exchequer tried to introduce an effective incomes policy but failed due to union opposition, and was forced into seeking a humiliating loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Made a life peer in 1992.

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  • Article Name: Denis Healey
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  • Description: Denis Healey History Right-wing Labour politician. Stood for election as party leader three times but lost each time. As [...]

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