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Harold Wilson at Downing Street after the announcement of his resignation 1976

68:Sir Edward Heath 1916-2005 Dates in office: 1970-1974 Political party:Conservative Major acts:Industrial relations Act 1971 (repealed 1974): controversial legislation to curb union power PM during a time of industrial upheaval and economic decline during which he led Britain into the European Community.elected leader of the Conservative Party in 1965, and so began his long-lasting rivalry with Harold Wilson, leader of the Labour Party and PM..

BAC TSR-2. Scrapped because a Harold Wilson probably did not want to upset either the Americans or the Russians. Ordered the F11, which was cancelled, followed by F4 Phantoms.

BAC TSR-2. Scrapped because a Harold Wilson probably did not want to upset either the Americans or the Russians. Ordered the F11, which was cancelled, followed by F4 Phantoms.

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Postcard of Jeremy Thorpe, Harold Wilson & Edward Heath

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The classic Huddersfield train station, Yorkshire UK with statue of former Prime Minister Harold Wilson who was born in Huddersfield

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Biafran students at a Biafran War protest rally at Speaker’s Corner, Hyde Park, London, protesting the British prime minister Harold Wilson’s quiet government support of the Nigerian militaries attack and blockade on Biafra, 1968. Photo: Evening Standard / Stringer.