British Labour politician and former Prime Minister James Callaghan (1912 - 2005), circa 1985.
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Former British Prime Ministers (left to right) James Callaghan, Sir Alec Douglas-Home (1903 - 1995), Harold MacMillan (1894 - 1986), Harold Wilson (1916 - 1995) and Edward Heath with Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Margaret...Mehr
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From left to right, Liberal Party leader David Steel, former Labour leader James Callaghan and Conservative prime minister Margaret Thatcher carrying wreaths of poppies during a Remembrance Day service at the Cenotaph, Whitehall,...Mehr
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Politics, London, England, April 1979, Former British Labour Prime Minister James Callaghan leaves 10 Downing Street to see the Queen to tender the resignation of his government after loosing the General Election to the Conservative...Mehr
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British prime Minister James Callaghan (1912 - 2005) arrives at Buckingham Palace to advise the Queen to dissolve Parliament after the House of Commons passed a Motion of No Confidence by one vote, 29th March 1979.
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Politics, London, England, March 1979, British Prime Minister James Callaghan waves as he leaves 10 Downing Street on his way to see the Queen to dissolve Parliament, He was defeated in a vote of no confidence and a general Election is...Mehr
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Politics, Tanworth, England, 1979, British Prime Minister James Callaghan usiung a loud speaker ( megaphone ) addresses a crowd of people during his General Election tour of Northern England
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Politics, London, England, July 1977, Seven World leaders attending Summit pose outside a 10 Downing Street for a group photograph, L-R; Italian Premier Giulio Andreotti, Japanese Premier Takeo Fukuda, French President Valery Giscard...Mehr
Politics, London, England, 1977, British Prime Minister James Callaghan (left ) with American President Jimmy Carter and West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt on the steps of 10 Downing Street at the end of the Four Power meeting
British prime minister, James Callaghan laying a foundation stone at Ruskin College, Oxford, in front of a group of students demonstrating about cuts in education.