Tom Paulin Quote: “My parents were Northern Ireland Labour…”

My parents were Northern Ireland Labour party people. We read the ‘Guardian’ and the ‘New Statesman,’ listened to the BBC. The house was full of books. We didn’t get a television until ‘That Was The Week That Was’ started. There was nothing to do but read.

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Name: Tom Paulin
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Irish
Birthday: January 25, 1949
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