Denis Healey Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Denis Healey

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Denis Healey quotes: I've got a happy marriage, which is the most important singular thing. I've got a happy marriage, which is the most important singular thing.
Denis Healey quotes: We cannot hope to achieve full employment and sustain it until we have mastered inflation. We cannot hope to achieve full employment and sustain it until we have mastered inflation.
Denis Healey quotes: Being attacked by him is like being savaged by a dead sheep. Being attacked by him is like being savaged by a dead sheep.
Denis Healey quotes: It is a good thing to follow the First Law of Holes: if you are in one, stop digging. It is a good thing to follow the First Law of Holes: if you are in one, stop digging.
Denis Healey quotes: War inside countries is all too common. War inside countries is all too common.
Denis Healey quotes: Healey's First Law Of Holes: When in one, stop digging. Healey's First Law Of Holes: When in one, stop digging.
Denis Healey quotes: Unless you understand the history of a situation, you can't ever hope to solve problems. Unless you understand the history of a situation, you can't ever hope to solve problems.
Denis Healey quotes: Karl Marx himself preferred a glass of claret to the mug of tea affected by some of his recent converts. Karl Marx himself preferred a glass of claret to the mug of tea affected by some of his recent converts.
Denis Healey quotes: When you're in a hole, stop digging. When you're in a hole, stop digging.
Denis Healey quotes: Squeeze the rich until the pips squeak Squeeze the rich until the pips squeak
Denis Healey quotes: The right hon. Gentleman will be known for ever as the only Chancellor in the post-war period who brought this country to the brink of bankruptcy. The right hon. Gentleman will be known for ever as the only Chancellor in the post-war period who brought this country to the brink of bankruptcy.
Denis Healey quotes: Nothing is more dangerous that the politician who uses politics as a surrogate for an unsatisfactory personal life. Nothing is more dangerous that the politician who uses politics as a surrogate for an unsatisfactory personal life.