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The New Statesman
Jeremy Corbyn's fans should look up what happened to Michael Footpolitical realism. Despite all the protests and rallies, the winners of the ele
Jeremy Corbyn's fans should look up what happened to Michael Foot
The New Statesman / Posted 19 days ago
political realism. Despite all the protests and rallies, the winners of the elections held in the late 60s and 1970 were Edward Heath, Charles de Gaulle and Richard Nixon. Social Democrat Willy Brandt bucked the trend of voters electing... Read more
22d
Billboard
The Beatles' 'Revolver' Turns 50: Classic Track-Track RundownI'll tax the heat. If you take a walk, I'll tax your feet.” The lyrics mention
The Beatles' 'Revolver' Turns 50: Classic Track-Track Rundown
Billboard / Posted 22 days ago
I'll tax the heat. If you take a walk, I'll tax your feet.” The lyrics mention British prime ministers Harold Wilson and Edward Heath. 2. "Eleanor Rigby" (Lennon-McCartney): A Paul McCartney song and one of the most haunting pieces of music ever... Read more
22d
Daily Telegraph
Now Dame Lowell has quit, the great child abuse inquiry should stop tooThe accusations against Leon Brittan, Lord Bramall and the late Sir Edward Heat
Now Dame Lowell has quit, the great child abuse inquiry should stop too
Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
The accusations against Leon Brittan, Lord Bramall and the late Sir Edward Heath, which had moved Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, to abuse parliamentary privilege and claim “clear intelligence of a powerful paedophile network with links to... Read more
24d
EveningTimes Online
Irish Republican march banned by council over safety fearsinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Irish Republican march banned by council over safety fears
EveningTimes Online / Posted 24 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. One of the earliest examples of prohibition orders came in March 1980, when Strathclyde... Read more
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heraldscotland
Irish Republican group now becomes subject of a Scots march banning order over public safety fearsinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Irish Republican group now becomes subject of a Scots march banning order over public safety fears
heraldscotland / Posted 25 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. One of the earliest examples of prohibition orders came in March 1980, when Strathclyde... Read more
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25d
Liverpool Echo
The Beatles Revolver at 50 - 14 awesome facts about the classic albumhow much money he was paying to the taxman, with overdubbed backing vocals ment
The Beatles Revolver at 50 - 14 awesome facts about the classic album
Liverpool Echo / Posted 25 days ago
how much money he was paying to the taxman, with overdubbed backing vocals mentioning “Mister [Harold] Wilson” and “Mister [Edward] Heath."The Beatles - Yellow Submarine 14. Yellow Submarine was the only British Beatles single to feature Ringo on... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Council blocks Saturday Irish Republican march in Glasgowinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Council blocks Saturday Irish Republican march in Glasgow
EveningTimes Online / Posted 25 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. IRBS had said it wanted the march to begin at 1.30pm on Saturday on Drakemire Drive in... Read more
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25d
heraldscotland
Council blocks Saturday Irish Republican march in Glasgowinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Council blocks Saturday Irish Republican march in Glasgow
heraldscotland / Posted 25 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. IRBS had said it wanted the march to begin at 1.30pm on Saturday on Drakemire Drive in... Read more
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25d
heraldscotland
Glasgow Irish Republican march set to be stopped after police fear violence and disorderinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Glasgow Irish Republican march set to be stopped after police fear violence and disorder
heraldscotland / Posted 25 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. IRBS says it wants the march to begin at 1.30pm on Saturday on Drakemire Drive in Castlemilk... Read more
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26d
heraldscotland
Glasgow Irish republican march set to be stopped after police violence and disorder concernsinternment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Irelan
Glasgow Irish republican march set to be stopped after police violence and disorder concerns
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
internment came at a meeting between the then prime minister of Northern Ireland Brian Faulkner and the UK prime minister Edward Heath on August 5, 1971. IRBS says it wants the march to begin at 1.30pm on Saturday on Drakemire Drive in Castlemilk... Read more
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28d
Pendle Today
Graham recalls England’s 1966 World Cup victory for TVthat I had ever been further than Manchester on my own. I had an incredible day
Graham recalls England’s 1966 World Cup victory for TV
Pendle Today / Posted 28 days ago
that I had ever been further than Manchester on my own. I had an incredible day. I got lost, got cramp on the train, met Edward Heath who signed my programme and stood behind the goal where the controversial goal was scored. “I survived the... Read more
29d
Daily Mirror
Man plays EVERY cathedral organ in Britain - despite NEVER having a lessonwhich has five keyboard and "basically plays itself". He also had tea with fel
Man plays EVERY cathedral organ in Britain - despite NEVER having a lesson
Daily Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
which has five keyboard and "basically plays itself". He also had tea with fellow organist and former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in 1999 after trying out the organ Mr Heath had played at Salisbury Cathedral. The incredible undertaking has... Read more
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29d
express
Pensioner completes 20-year journey to play on EVERY cathedral organ in Britainwhich has five keyboard and "basically plays itself". He also had tea with fel
Pensioner completes 20-year journey to play on EVERY cathedral organ in Britain
express / Posted 29 days ago
which has five keyboard and "basically plays itself". He also had tea with fellow organist and former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in 1999 after trying out the organ Mr Heath had played at Salisbury Cathedral. The incredible undertaking has... Read more
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