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The Daily Mercury
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
The Daily Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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Queensland Times
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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News Mail
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
News Mail / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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Daily Examiner
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK and that's OK
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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Northern Star
It’s back to 1973 for the UKto trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of
It’s back to 1973 for the UK
Northern Star / Posted 3 days ago
to trade with it, so what's the big deal? It just needs to unravel 43 years of history. It's back to 1973 for the UK when Edward Heath was the Prime Minister, its Value Added Tax (VAT) came into existence and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon was... Read more
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express
Cameron to stay on as an MP because he 'doesn’t want to be remembered like Blair'since and is now widely regarded as one of Britain’s most unpopular ever leader
Cameron to stay on as an MP because he 'doesn’t want to be remembered like Blair'
express / Posted 3 days ago
since and is now widely regarded as one of Britain’s most unpopular ever leaders. The last former prime minister to stand for re-election as an MP was Tory Sir Edward Heath, who spent 27 years on the back benches after leaving power.Related arti... Read more
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express
David Cameron: What does the future hold for the Prime Minister?possible that the PM could take his revenge from the backbenches by making misc
David Cameron: What does the future hold for the Prime Minister?
express / Posted 4 days ago
possible that the PM could take his revenge from the backbenches by making mischief for years to come, in the style of Edward Heath against his nemesis Margaret Thatcher. But that’s not really Mr Cameron’s style so, depending on the identity... Read more
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Calcutta News
Britain off to a rough start post Brexit referendum, world reactions variedBritain into what was then the European Economic Community, formed in 1971, was
Britain off to a rough start post Brexit referendum, world reactions varied
Calcutta News / Posted 4 days ago
Britain into what was then the European Economic Community, formed in 1971, was championed by Conservative Prime Minister, Edward Heath. As if in a prediction of what was to come four decades later, British opinion was divided then too, with the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Omkar Goswami: Brexit is a pyrrhic victoryTruth be told, much of Britain was never comfortable being in the European Unio
Omkar Goswami: Brexit is a pyrrhic victory
Business Standard India / Posted 5 days ago
Truth be told, much of Britain was never comfortable being in the European Union (EU) which it entered under Edward Heath in 1973. After all, Brits were Brits, and Europeans were strange creatures with funny languages and weird customs who lived... Read more
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CNN
Brexit is the biggest step backward since World War IIthe same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advic
Brexit is the biggest step backward since World War II
CNN / Posted 5 days ago
the same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advice to Wilson, but it was his successor, Edward Heath, who was finally able to push his nation into the European Community in 1973.) This historic change in... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Brexit -- biggest step backward since World War IIthe same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advic
Brexit -- biggest step backward since World War II
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 5 days ago
the same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advice to Wilson, but it was his successor, Edward Heath, who was finally able to push his nation into the European Community in 1973.) This historic change in... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Brexit -- biggest step backward since World War IIthe same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advic
Brexit -- biggest step backward since World War II
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 5 days ago
the same grimace over and over again. "Keep Right On," was the magazine's advice to Wilson, but it was his successor, Edward Heath, who was finally able to push his nation into the European Community in 1973.) This historic change in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
With one vote, Britain has overturned the basis of 60 years of European statecraftThe prize was so great that three Prime Ministers from both big parties – Macmi
With one vote, Britain has overturned the basis of 60 years of European statecraft
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
The prize was so great that three Prime Ministers from both big parties – Macmillan, Harold Wilson and Edward Heath - doggedly pursued the goal of taking Britain into Europe. The first two were thwarted by Charles de Gaulle’s vetoes in 1963 and 1967... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What the Brexit vote means for Scotland, Wales and Northern Irelandthe European Union in 1961 as social disquiet was gaining momentum in Northern
What the Brexit vote means for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
the European Union in 1961 as social disquiet was gaining momentum in Northern Ireland. By 1973 when Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath took Britain into Europe, Northern Ireland was in the bloody mess of The Troubles with 725 people already... Read more
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The Christian Post
Brexit Vote: 5 Things to Know About UK Leaving EUwas no longer present to veto the U.K.'s attempt to enter the multinational org
Brexit Vote: 5 Things to Know About UK Leaving EU
The Christian Post / Posted 6 days ago
was no longer present to veto the U.K.'s attempt to enter the multinational organization. Under Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, the British joined the EEC at the beginning of 1973 alongside Denmark and the Republic of Ireland. 5. Growing... Read more
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express
It's taken years but we've FINALLY got our country back, says PATRICK O'FLYNNand Friday morning. The moment when the people of Britain got to give their ver
It's taken years but we've FINALLY got our country back, says PATRICK O'FLYNN
express / Posted 6 days ago
and Friday morning. The moment when the people of Britain got to give their verdict on how their sovereignty was stolen by Edward Heath in the early 1970s. GETTYMr Farage helped us deliver hundreds of thousands of campaign coupons to Downing... Read more
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Newsmax
With Cameron Out, 'Boris vs Tessie' Spells Big Shift On Europe for UK Conservativesprime minister. The committee could simply permit the Members to elect a leader
With Cameron Out, 'Boris vs Tessie' Spells Big Shift On Europe for UK Conservatives
Newsmax / Posted 6 days ago
prime minister. The committee could simply permit the Members to elect a leader, as they did with Conservative leaders from Edward Heath in 1965 to John Major in 1990. Or it could require Members to vote, with each ballot eliminating the lowest... Read more
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New Kerala
In the jaundiced world-view of British fiction, Brexit was preordained ( - newkerala.com #81288a major blow to the career of then Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
In the jaundiced world-view of British fiction, Brexit was preordained ( - newkerala.com #81288
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
a major blow to the career of then Conservative Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. It was only in 1973 that it got in (under Edward Heath, another Conservative) but never seemed to have been comfortable there given the less than complimentary... Read more
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Breitbart
Independence Day: David Cameron Is Ruinedhas finally got his comeuppance. And of course I see your point. Cameron was d
Independence Day: David Cameron Is Ruined
Breitbart / Posted 6 days ago
has finally got his comeuppance. And of course I see your point. Cameron was definitely a Prime Minister in the wet Edward Heath/Harold Macmillan mould. ‘Yes, dear boy, just trust the running of the country to your plummy-voiced betters.... Read more
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EuroNews
The UK and the EU part 1: Je t’aime, moi non plus…number of EEC member states to nine. The deal struck by a Conservative governme
The UK and the EU part 1: Je t’aime, moi non plus…
EuroNews / Posted 6 days ago
number of EEC member states to nine. The deal struck by a Conservative government follows years of negotiations involving Edward Heath both before and after he becomes prime minister. At the time the UK is one of the poorest major European... Read more
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express
14p a pint and Are You Being Served? on the telly ­– welcome to life in 1973and set out on our own. 'I'm free!' – Grace Brothers opened for business in 19
14p a pint and Are You Being Served? on the telly ­– welcome to life in 1973
express / Posted 9 days ago
and set out on our own. 'I'm free!' – Grace Brothers opened for business in 1973 in Are You Being Served? Prime Minister Edward Heath took us into the EEC promising in a television broadcast: “There are some in this country who fear that in going... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Witch-hunt against Sir Cliff Richard was stampede to judge him, not to seek justicelittle more than internet rumour aided with great gusto by the authorities - Pa
Witch-hunt against Sir Cliff Richard was stampede to judge him, not to seek justice
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
little more than internet rumour aided with great gusto by the authorities - Paul Gambaccini, Harvey Proctor, Leon Brittan, Edward Heath ... to name but a few. Often it appears the evidence has amounted to little more than the crazy whisperings of... Read more
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University of Sydney News
A vote for Brexit means a wounded David Cameron and a calamitous blow to Europethe shifting sands of opinion within their party and the wider nation. Even th
A vote for Brexit means a wounded David Cameron and a calamitous blow to Europe
University of Sydney News / Posted 9 days ago
the shifting sands of opinion within their party and the wider nation. Even the most enthusiastic pro-European leaders, Edward Heath and Tony Blair, have had to temper their enthusiasm as they sought to strengthen and maintain British... Read more
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EuroNews
The future of the European Union reaches a crossroads with the British referendumremaining part of the bloc an attractive prospect for voters. It was over fort
The future of the European Union reaches a crossroads with the British referendum
EuroNews / Posted 10 days ago
remaining part of the bloc an attractive prospect for voters. It was over forty years ago that the then Prime Minister Edward Heath took Britain into Europe. Debate on the UK’s place has followed during those decades and in announcing the... Read more
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Daily Mail
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Have the in-laws been marginalised by the Royals?seen gold brooch in the shape of the EU stars, I learn it was a gift from the l
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Have the in-laws been marginalised by the Royals?
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
seen gold brooch in the shape of the EU stars, I learn it was a gift from the late Tory prime minister and Europhile Sir Edward Heath. He’d offered it to his hated rival Margaret Thatcher as a peace token but she declined. Says my source: ‘Ted... Read more
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express
We're voting to LEAVE the EU: The 'backbone of Britain' on why we should vote OUTboat ‘APOLLO ’ INS 179 from the small coastal village of Avoch, near Inverness,
We're voting to LEAVE the EU: The 'backbone of Britain' on why we should vote OUT
express / Posted 14 days ago
boat ‘APOLLO ’ INS 179 from the small coastal village of Avoch, near Inverness, in the north-east of Scotland When Edward Heath surrendered our fishing rights for membership of the EU more than 40 years ago, he said that the British fishing... Read more
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This is West Country
Court confiscates assets of almost £8 million from jailed fraudsterthe investigation. Overseas enquiries were also made in Canada, Japan, Romania
Court confiscates assets of almost £8 million from jailed fraudster
This is West Country / Posted 15 days ago
the investigation. Overseas enquiries were also made in Canada, Japan, Romania, Kenya and America. Detective Inspector Edward Heath at the time, said: "McCormick showed a complete disregard for the safety of those who used and relied upon the... Read more
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walesonline
Why I voted for Brexit in 1975 but want to stay in the EU todaya “bosses’ club”. That seemed to make a lot of sense. The UK had been taken in
Why I voted for Brexit in 1975 but want to stay in the EU today
walesonline / Posted 17 days ago
a “bosses’ club”. That seemed to make a lot of sense. The UK had been taken into the Common Market without a referendum by Edward Heath, the Tory Prime Minister who had been booted out of office the previous year in the midst of a miners’... Read more
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express
Birth of superstate: Frederick Forsyth on how UNELECTED Brussels bureaucrats SEIZED powerindustries were racked with strikes. Our product was either shoddy, over-priced
Birth of superstate: Frederick Forsyth on how UNELECTED Brussels bureaucrats SEIZED power
express / Posted 17 days ago
industries were racked with strikes. Our product was either shoddy, over-priced or late. As we headed from Harold Wilson to Edward Heath we were soon to be tagged "the sick man of Europe". The prospects looked bleak and the Common Market too... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results « Shropshire Star1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Kingston Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Streatham Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Bury Times
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Bury Times / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Gazette
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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guardian-series
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
guardian-series / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Harrow Times
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Harrow Times / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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This is West Country
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
This is West Country / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Gazette News
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Gazette News / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Bolton News
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Bolton News / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Croydon Guardian / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1
Road-building records of successive PMs show mixed results
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
1,384 3. Alec Douglas-Home (1963-64): 1,288 4. Margaret Thatcher (1979-90): 1,133 5. Anthony Eden (1955-57): 1,028 6. Edward Heath (1970-74): 1,022 7. Harold Wilson (1974-76): 1,174 8. James Callaghan (1976-79): 1,063 9. Winston Churchill... Read more
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