1923 Local Election
In winter 1923, journalists poured into Warwick and Leamington for the most exciting election in the country. Local historian Aaron Manning introduces the dramatic story of bitter rivalries and family feuds in the battle for a parliamentary seat fought by the Conservative Anthony Eden and Labour's Daisy countess of Warwick.
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