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1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN

Trafalgar Square, London. 1969<br />
Bowler hatted, suited and wearing their old school ties, four young  Conservative attend a ‘Forward Again with the Tories’ rally. Harold Wilson the Labour party leader won the 1966 General Election. Edward Heath, secured a surprise victory in 1970, the first election where 18 years old could vote.
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Young Conservatives at a political rally, Trafalgar Square, London. 1969
Trafalgar Square, London. 1969
Bowler hatted, suited and wearing their old school ties, four young Conservative attend a ‘Forward Again with the Tories’ rally. Harold Wilson the Labour party leader won the 1966 General Election. Edward Heath, secured a surprise victory in 1970, the first election where 18 years old could vote.

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From gallery: 1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN
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Date: 14 May 2010
Location: London UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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