He once met James Callaghan
and the former Labour leader asked Derek whether he'd heard of telephone canvassing, which had just been introduced.
Footage shows yob Christopher James Callaghan
abusing shop staff and then spitting over the counter in a woman's face.
, MP for Cardiff South-East, George Thomas, MP for Cardiff West, Coun Harry Miles, Aneurin Bevan, MP for Ebbw Vale, and S Davies, MP for Merthyr Tydfil, at the Miners' Gala Day in Cardiff in June 1954
1966: Chancellor of the Exchequer James Callaghan
said Britain would switch to decimal currency from 1971.
Mr Dixon credited/blamed Labour's James Callaghan
, as Chancellor, with this.
The box, which is classed as a public record, was made for Gladstone in 1860 and has been used by every chancellor since apart from James Callaghan
and Gordon Brown.
It was not the then Mrs Thatcher who was responsible for pit closures, but the result of the industry's own militancy, aided and abetted by smoke-filled meetings at No 10 Downing Street during the tenancy of James Callaghan
Scots should remember the way Prime Minister James Callaghan
was betrayed by the SNP in 1979.
A shocked Prime Minister James Callaghan
described the situation as a "scandal" when he learnt how far the forces had been depleted, and called for heads to roll.
On January 10th, 1979, the Labour Prime Minister, James Callaghan
, returned from the Guadeloupe summit in the sunny Caribbean to a snow-bound Britain paralysed by strikes, go-slows and 'work to rules'.
For example, the Labour Party (which ruled for the first three and last 10) has had as its leaders James Callaghan
(Welsh); Michael Foot (Welsh); Neil Kinnock (Welsh); John Smith (Scottish); and Tony Blair (English but Scottish-educated).
was the longest-living Prime Minister in British history and the only man to hold the four offices of PM, Chancellor, Foreign Secretary and Home Secretary.