Summary: British disgraced war minister and a former Secretary of State for War whose 1963 liaison with a prostitute named Christine Keeler (at the same time she was seeing a Soviet naval attaché and intelligence agent) nearly brought down a government, who spent more than 40 years redeeming himself with charity work for London's poor and whose affair was the subject of the 1989 movie Scandal.
Cause of Death: Complications from a stroke
Born: January 30, 1915
Died: March 9, 2006
Location: London, England