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Sarah Keays Ex Mistress of Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson leaving the High Court

Sarah Keays Ex Mistress of Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson leaving the High Court


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Sarah Keays Ex Mistress of Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson leaving the High Court

Sarah Keays Ex Mistress of Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson leaving the High Court Sara Keays who had a relationship with Cecil Parkinson in 1983

Chris Grieve
Daily Mirror
Mirrorpix

Media ID 21741530

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Member Of Parliament Party Scandal Scandals Tory 1988 Conservative


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In this print captured by Chris Grieve, we witness a defining moment in the life of Sarah Keays, the ex-mistress of prominent Conservative politician Cecil Parkinson. The image portrays Sarah leaving the High Court, her expression a mix of determination and resilience. The year was 1988, an era marked by political turmoil and scandalous affairs that rocked the British establishment. Sarah's relationship with Cecil Parkinson had become public knowledge in 1983, causing shockwaves within conservative circles. This photograph encapsulates the aftermath of their tumultuous affair as it played out in court. As a member of parliament for the Tory party, Cecil Parkinson held significant influence and power during this time. The scandal surrounding his extramarital involvement with Sarah Keays became one of the most talked-about controversies in British politics during the late 20th century. Chris Grieve's expertly composed shot not only captures Sarah Keays' physical departure from the High Court but also symbolizes her emotional journey towards reclaiming her identity amidst public scrutiny. It serves as a poignant reminder that even those entangled in political scandals are multifaceted individuals with complex stories to tell. This print from Memory Lane Prints transports us back to an era defined by political intrigue and personal struggles. It invites us to reflect on how scandals can shape lives while reminding us that behind every headline lies real people grappling with their own humanity.

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