Interview: Jack Cunningham

Richards, Steve; Cumming, Laura
February 1997
New Statesman;2/7/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4320, p30
Profiles Jack Cunningham, shadow heritage secretary of Great Britain's Labour Party. Alleged indifference to the arts; Loss in the shadow cabinet elections; Recognition of Treasury priorities; View of the National Lottery as a source of additional money.


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