The woman who had trained her and supplied Whitehall with staff advised her to work for the Conservatives, and she was sent for an interview at the party secretariat.
“And it was Enoch who interviewed me,” Pamela recalled.
On 20 April 1968 Enoch Powell made his now infamous “Rivers of Blood” speech.Before entering politics, Enoch had been a classicist and published poet.Following his election in 1950 as MP for Wolverhampton South, he no longer published verse., she revealed, “A lot of what attracts me is a guy’s mind and humor and talent.I need to get to know all those things before I fall for someone. I’m a relationship girl.” The pair dated for three years before splitting in 2013, but continued to work together on their show.
She steadfastly supported the controversial figure throughout his long career in politics.