The Lion and the Unicorn, by Richard Aldous | The IndependentIn the gentlemanly club that is or used to be the British House of Commons, relations between opponents are normally quite civil. Behind the ritual abuse they are frequently good friends. Your real enemies, as Harold Macmillan warned a young MP, are on your own side. Gladstone and Disraeli were a towering exception to this rule. Gladstone thought Disraeli an unprincipled adventurer, "the grand corrup- ter" of British politics, whose "mischievous and ruinous misdeeds" flouted "every principle of morality". Disraeli thought Gladstone an unscrupulous religious maniac: an "extraordinary mixture of envy, vindictiveness, hypocrisy and superstition - never a gentleman".
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It may well have been the greatest political rivalry of all time. For half a century, in a series of battles that transformed Victorian Britain, William Gladstone and Benjamin Disraeli faced off like two heavyweight fighters, giving and receiving no quarter. Sometimes they fought for great principles, sometimes for enormous political stakes, but in truth no quarrel was too petty for these two giants. Gladstone and Disraeli first laid eyes on each other as young men on the make in the political world of London. How could it have been otherwise? Gladstone, deeply religious, studious and devoid of humor, fully embodied the virtues and the hypocrisies of his era, casting great political issues in uplifting moral terms while cruising the streets of London by night in search of prostitutes, an activity he disguised as Christian charity work. Disraeli, by contrast, was a dandy with a quicksilver wit and no religious principles to speak of.
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It deals with everything in a very respectful manner. Eventually he meets a man there whose leg is missing below the knee and talks with him. Robert Fisk. Really nice book but it really needs a new title?Sep 22, Cathy rated it really liked it. Parents were so desperate to save their children that they sent them off to the countryside to protect them from the daily bombing raids on London. Another good Shirley Hughes story for kids. The world he knows is being decimated by bombs and the only link to his father who has left to fight the war is a brass badge with a lion and a unicorn on it.
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