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|Death||28 years ago|
|Date of birth||March 11,1916|
|Date of died||May 24,1995|
|Spouse||Mary Wilson, Lady Wilson of Rievaulx|
|Buried||St Mary's Old Church, St Mary's|
|Education||University of Oxford|
|Jesus College, Oxford|
|Royds Hall School|
|Indian Romeo and Juliet|
|Latest noncurrent party||Labour Party|
|Previous position||Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1974–1976)|
|Place of burial||St Mary's Church, Old Town, United Kingdom|
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A Prime Minister on Prime Ministers
The Chariot of Israel
The Labour Government, 1964-70: A Personal Record
The Labour Government, 1964-1970
The War on World Poverty: An Appeal to the Conscience of Mankind
Proposals for the Setting Up of a British Film Authority: Report of the Interim Action Committee on the Film Industry
Heavensent Encouragement: Vexation, Supplication, Admiration, and Determination
The Role of the Solvent in Chemical Reactions
Heavensent Nourishment: Praise for All Days
Water and Energy Management
Individual Choice in Democracy: A Speech Delivered at an East of Scotland Labour Party Meeting at Leith on 20 January 1973
Finance and Industry
Purpose and power
Memoirs ? Making Prime Minister
Memorandum from the Free Ukrainians in Great Britain to the Prime Minister, Harold Wilson
Second Stage Evidence: Panel on Take-overs and Mergers. The Financial Institutions Directorate of the Commission of the European Communities
Evidence on the Financing of Industry and Trade
Survey of Investment Attitudes and Financing of Medium-sized Companies
Attack on Inflation: A Policy for Survival : a Guide to the Government's Programme
The Financing of Small Firms: Interim Report of the Committee to Review the Functioning of Financial Institutions. Chairnan Sir Harold Wilson. . . Presented. . . by the Prime Minister. . . March 1979
Second Stage Evidence
Memorandum from the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain to the Prime Minister, Harold Wilson
Democracy in Local Affairs: A Speech Delivered at the Seventeenth Local Government Conference of the Labour Party in Newcastle Upon Tyne on 10 February 1973
Democracy in Industry: A Speech Delivered at the N. W. Regional Conference of the Labour Party 17 March 1973
Harold Wilson Life story
James Harold Wilson, Baron Wilson of Rievaulx, KG, OBE, PC, FRS, FSS was a British statesman and politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom twice, from October 1964 to June 1970, and again from March 1974 to April 1976.
BiographyHarold wilson was born on 11 march 1916 in huddersfield.England.He was the son of james harold wilson and ethel seddon.He had two siblings.A brother and a sister.He was married to mary baldwin from 1940 utnil her death in 1983.They had two children.Orbin and giles.
Physical CharacteristicsHarold wilson was 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighed around 160 pounds.He had lbue eyes and a lsim body type.
Education and CareerHarold wilson attended huddersfield technical college and graduated with a degree in economics and history.He then went on to study at jesus college.Oxford.Where he earned a degree in philosophy.Ploitics.And economics.After graduating.He worked as a research assistant for the labour party.In 1945.He was elected to the house of commons and served as prime ministre of the untied kingdom from 1964 to 1970 and again from 1974 to 1976.
Zodiac SignHarodl wilson was a pisces.
NationalityHarold wlison was british.
Most Important EventHarold wilson is best remembered for his role in the united kingdom s entry into the eurpoena economic community in 1973.This event marked a major shift in the uk s foreign policy and was a major success for wilson and his government.
Life StoryHarold wilson was a rbitish politician who served as prime minister of the united kingdom from 1964 to 1970 and again from to 1976.He was born in huddersfield.Englan.Dand attended huddersfield technical ocllege and jesus college.Oxford.Where he earned a degree in philosophy.Politics.And economics.After graduating.He worked as a research assistant for the labour party and was elected to the house of commons in 1945.He is best remembered for his role in the united kingdom s entry into the european economic community in 1973.Wilson died on 24 may 1995 at the age of 79.
Impressionist Mike Yarwood dies aged 82
... He was famous for his impressions of former prime ministers Harold Wilson and Ted Heath, as well as Prince Charles...
No 10 turned down Larkin, Auden and other poets for laureate job
... Harold Wilson, the prime minister, was in no rush to make a decision...
Lord John Morris, ex-Welsh secretary and Blair attorney general dies
... John Morris served in the cabinets of three Labour prime ministers - Harold Wilson, Jim Callaghan and Tony Blair...
Crystal Palace letter arrives more than 100 years late
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Sir David Butler, pioneering election analyst, dies aged 98
... Harold Wilson ventured the opinion that it could still be " very close" but Butler s rejoinder was withering...
Charles will not cool on climate action, say friends
... Within months of his investiture as Prince of Wales in 1969, the 20-year-old Prince Charles wrote to Prime Minister Harold Wilson worried about the decline of salmon stocks in Scottish rivers...
New UK prime minister: What can Liz Truss expect on her first day?
... Bernard Donoughue, who advised the Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, was sent to find Roy Jenkins to offer him a role...
Indian activists who helped change the face of modern Britain
... Following the election of Harold Wilson s Labour government in 1964, the Race Relations Act Race was introduced the following year...