Wolverhampton residents divided over tribute on former home of late ‘rivers of blood’ MP

It is an unremarkable house on a busy road in Wolverhampton: semidetached, five bedrooms, a coal bunker, some original features including ceiling roses and stained-glass windows, currently rented to a young family with a large German shepherd called Fang.

One day it could also sport a blue plaque on its front wall, informing passersby that “Enoch Powell, 1912-1998, Conservative MP, lived here”.

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