| In politics, the Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan
, was challenged by Labour leader Hugh Gaitskell to call a General Election, after the Government suffered a shock by-election defeat.
1960: Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
and US President Dwight D Eisenhower agreed on new proposals for a nuclear test ban treaty.
He also talks about his meeting with the then British prime minister Harold Macmillan
or 'Sheikh Macmillan' as Sheikh Mohammed called him.
The six-part series, The Trial of Christine Keeler, will feature Kingsman actress Cookson as the model at the centre of the Cold War sex scandal that ultimately led prime minister Harold Macmillan
to stand down in 1963.
1963: Sir Alec Douglas-Home succeeded Harold Macmillan
as prime minister.
President Kennedy also met with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
during the four-day visit.
THE Home Secretary's resignation might be a scalp hanging on Labour's belt, but is it a solution to a problem that seems to have been there since Harold Macmillan
, and that successive Tory and Labour governments have ignored?
Newly declassified top secret documents show that Harold Macmillan
, then Prime Minister, was strongly opposed to having American weapons William, rather than the Holy Loch in Dunoon.But Eisenhower insisted that his men be based near a large city like Glasgow because it would be better for morale and they could relax and have fun on their shore leave.
Though opposed by British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
, it led to South Africa's exclusion.
January 10, 1957: Harold Macmillan
accepts the Queen's invitation to become Prime Minister following the sudden resignation of Sir Anthony Eden.
1986: Lord Stockton, the former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
, above, dies aged 92.
famously said he would sooner take advice from his butler than the Conservative conference.