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Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: MARGARET THATCHER AND HUSBAND DENNIS WAVE TO THE CROWD OUTSIDE 10 DOWNING STREET AS SHE

MARGARET THATCHER AND HUSBAND DENNIS WAVE TO THE CROWD OUTSIDE 10 DOWNING STREET AS SHE BECOMES BRITAINs FIRST WOMAN PRIME MINISTER - 4TH MAY 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. Pictured here on triumphant walk to the front door of Number 10

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers

Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers co-operative where Triumph Motorcycles are made, and Geoffrey Robinson is executive director, Coventry

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: General Election 1979: This was how Mrs. Gertrude Shilling

General Election 1979: This was how Mrs. Gertrude Shilling, famous for her outrageous hats, headed for the polling station. She kept her vote a secret -under her hat. May 1979 P018753

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: James Callaghan celebrating vote in election - May 1979 04 / 05 / 1979

James Callaghan celebrating vote in election - May 1979 04 / 05 / 1979
James Callaghan celebrating vote in election - May 1979 04/05/1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher pictured in London. May 1979

Margaret Thatcher pictured in London. May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Workmen adding the finishing touches to the new trim and assembly hall at Longbridge for

Workmen adding the finishing touches to the new trim and assembly hall at Longbridge for British Leylands new Mini Metro. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: General election 1979 Vic Carpenter glasses on end of his nose Labour agent at the 3rd

General election 1979 Vic Carpenter glasses on end of his nose Labour agent at the 3rd count in the Paddington area

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Newly elected Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher arrives at Downing Street with husband

Newly elected Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher arrives at Downing Street with husband Denis Thatcher fater becoming the first female Prime Minister. May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher British Prime Minister - May 1979 at her Chelsea Home

Margaret Thatcher British Prime Minister - May 1979 at her Chelsea Home

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher wins 1979 General Election New Prime Minister outside No 10

Margaret Thatcher wins 1979 General Election New Prime Minister outside No 10 Downing Street Baroness Thatcher Lady Thatcher

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis Thatcher - May 1979

Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis Thatcher - May 1979 Baroness Thatcher Lady Thatcher

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis Thatcher - May 1979

Margaret Thatcher and husband Denis Thatcher - May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher wins 1979 General Election - new Prime Minister outside No 10 Downing

Margaret Thatcher wins 1979 General Election - new Prime Minister outside No 10 Downing Street

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Mrs Margaret Thatcher on the day she became Prime Minister following the General Election

Mrs Margaret Thatcher on the day she became Prime Minister following the General Election victory. May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers

Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers co-operative where Triumph Motorcycles are made, and Geoffrey Robinson is executive director, Coventry

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers

Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers co-operative where Triumph Motorcycles are made, and Geoffrey Robinson is executive director, Coventry

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers

Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers co-operative where Triumph Motorcycles are made, and Geoffrey Robinson is executive director, Coventry

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers

Geoffrey Robinson MP Coventry North West and family, visit Meriden Triumph workers co-operative where Triumph Motorcycles are made, and Geoffrey Robinson is executive director, Coventry

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. Among the crowd of reporters gathered is journalist Jon Snow

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory

Margaret Thatcher enters Number 10 Downing Street after her historic election victory, becoming Britains first female Prime Minister. 4th May 1979

Background imageImages Dated 4th May 1979: James Callaghan Labour Prime Minister loses General Election 1979

James Callaghan Labour Prime Minister loses General Election 1979


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