June 2012 marked the centenary of the birth of John Enoch Powell, one of Britain's most colourful and controversial politicians. Although he never gained high office he was, throughout his career, one of the most popular politicians in the country. In 2003 Powell was voted the 55th greatest Briton ever.

This web site presents the archived speeches of Enoch Powell free for all to read. We hope that this will help in a re-evaluation of his life and work. Here you will find all of Enoch's surviving speeches from the late 1950s to the 1990s. Powell was an eloquent orator of great intellect and his speeches are full of his philosophies, passion and wit. This site, along with the book, 'Enoch at 100: A re-evaluation of the, life, politics and Philosophy of Enoch Powell.' hopes to help shed new light on one of the most interesting political presences of the 20th century.


Enoch Powell was most famous in his role as a politician, but there is much more to know. On the Biography page you will find out about Powell the Greek scholar and Powell the soldier. For more information about the new book on Enoch's life, 'Enoch at 100: A re-evaluation of the, life, politics and Philosophy of Enoch Powell', please use the Centenary Book Link. The archive of speeches can be found through the Speeches link and for further study about the life and works of Enoch Powell, please visit the Bibliography page.






Centenary Book

The Speeches


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