Alastair Hetherington - Family

Family

Hetherington was married twice. His first marriage was in 1957 to Miranda Oliver, a librarian who worked in the cuttings library at the Manchester Guardian. Together they had four children. After their divorce in 1978 Hetherington met Sheila Janet Cameron, a political consultant, in 1979 and married her later that year.

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