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  United Kingdom general election, 1983 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UK general election, 1983 was held on June 9, 1983 and gave the Conservatives and Margaret Thatcher the second most decisive election victory since that of Labour in 1945.
Michael Foot was elected leader of the Labour party in 1980, replacing James Callaghan.
The Independent Republican elected in the 1979 election died in 1981.
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 Clement Freud. Who is Clement Freud? What is Clement Freud? Where is Clement Freud? Definition of Clement Freud. ...
He was already a celebrity before he went into politics, and was a well-known face from dog food adverts, in which he co-starred with a bloodhound who shared his "hangdog" expression.
He was Liberal MP for the Isle of Ely (later North-East Cambridgeshire) from 1973 to 1987.
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1974 (October)
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 Labour Party (UK) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 1983 manifesto was famously described by the senior Labour politician Gerald Kaufman as being 'the longest suicide note in history'.
At the 1987 general election, the party was again defeated in a landslide, but had established itself as the clear challengers to the Conservatives and had fought an effective campaign.
By the time of the 1992 general election, the party had reformed to such an extent that it was perceived as a credible candidate for government.
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 United Kingdom general election, 1979 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UK general election, 1979 was held on May 3, 1979 and is regarded as a pivotal point in 20th century British politics.
The election was precipitated by a lost vote of confidence for the ruling Labour government under Jim Callaghan.
Callaghan had been tempted to call an election in the autumn of 1978, which it is likely he would have won, albeit with a small majority.
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 MPs Elected In The UK General Election, 2001 [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
He is Labour MP for Darlington, and served in the Cabinet as Secretary of State for Health until he resigned citing lack of balance with his family life, and rejoined it as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster for oversight of Labour's re-election campaign....
He was elected as a MP in 1983 and his held the position ever since; seeing off challenges from prominent DUP members such as Sammy Wilson and Nigel Dodds....
Michael Howard QC (born Michael Hecht, July 7, 1941) is MP for Folkestone and Hythe and the current Leader of the Opposition in the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
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 List of British MPs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Note that on the dissolution of parliament for a General Election that all MPs lose that title until such point as they win it back in the election (or lose).
MPs elected in the UK general election, 2005
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1983
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 Margaret Thatcher -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
In the election of 1950 she was the youngest woman Conservative candidate but fought in the (A ventilated or refrigerated cupboard for securing provisions from pests) safe Labour seat of (Click link for more info and facts about Dartford) Dartford.
The landslide victory of the Conservatives in the June 1983 general election is often ascribed to the 'Falklands Effect'.
This was reflected in the 1987 general election, which she won by a landslide through winning large numbers of seats in southern England and the rural farming areas of northern England while winning few seats in the rest of the country.
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 wiki/1983 UK general election Definition / wiki/1983 UK general election Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The UK general election, 1983 was held on June 9 June 9 is the 160th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (161st in leap years), with 205 days remaining.
Originally a Labour MP, she was one of the Gang of Four rebels who founded the now-defunct SDP (Social Democratic Party) in 1981.
United Kingdom general elections United Kingdom general elections are the times when the Members of Parliament forming the House of Commons are elected.
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MPs elected in the UK general election, 1974
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1974 (February)
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1974 (October)
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 MPs elected in the UK general election, 1979 - Result for MPs elected in the UK general election, 1979 - Meaning of MPs ...
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MPs elected in the UK general election, 1974 (October) 47th Parliament (October 1974) - '''48th Parliament''' (1979) -
MPs elected in the UK general election, 1983 49th Parliament ( 1983) } This is a list of members of Parliament elected to the Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1979 in the United Kingdom general election, 1979 1979 general election, for the 48th Parliament of the United Kingdom.
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 The Irish General Election of 1918
The December 1918 election for the House of Commons in Westminster is regarded by some as the defining act of Irish self-determination, as the last occasion when the whole of Ireland voted on the same day.
European Parliament election of 1994 (in fact since a number of constituencies were not contested in 1918, 1994 is a rather better barometer of the opinion of the island as a whole), and the last time the island voted on the same day for anything at all was in
However, it would be foolish not to acknowledge the central place of the 1918 election in determining the future course of Irish history.
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 A review of Blair's Hundred Days, The British General Election of 1997, Safety First: The Making of New Labour & The ...
The weekend after the general election in May 1997 The Observer newspaper was emblazoned with the words 'The paper for the new era'.
The British General Election of 1997 is by definition concerned with the business of parliament and elections and it therefore provides masses of detail without much reference to the outside world.
The 1983 election defeat, in which the SDP-Liberal Alliance polled 25.4 percent of the vote compared to Labour's 27.6 percent, galvanised the right in the party.
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 The Rise of Militant: 1992 General Election
The 1992 general election, the fourth Tory victory in a row, was seen as a severe defeat for the working class and labour movement.
Virtually alone, even on the left, Militant kept its head, explaining that the election, as important as it was, reflected merely one stage in the consciousness of society and working class, which under the impact of events could change rapidly.
In the general election the SNP had made a significant advance, with a 50 per cent increase in the share of the vote compared to 1987, although it was not as successful as the SNP leaders expected.
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 Institute of Island Studies
The 18 members, elected by the male protestant residents of the colony, were called "a damned queer parliament" by the Sergeant-at-arms, who was reportedly fined five shillings for the comment.
Votes may be counted by plurality (as in the first-past-the-post system), where the candidate with the most votes is elected; by majority, where the winning candidate must poll more than half the votes; or by proportionality, where several members are elected proportionally to their parties' respective shares of the popular vote.
For instance, in the Irish elections of November 1982, 83 per cent of the votes cast helped to elect a candidate; Vernon Bogdanor contrasts this figure to the nearly 70 per cent of votes that were wasted in the British constituency of Barking in 1983.
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 Politics
Topics included are: Federalism; the President; Congress; the role of the Supreme Court; elections in America; voting patterns in elections; political parties at a state and local level; pressure groups in America and public attitude towards politics in America.
European Unity : David Howell (Lord Howell of Guildford) is a former Secretary of State for Energy and for Transport in the UK Government and an economist and journalist.
UK Electoral System : This Russel Tarr activity is based around the question: "What sort of electoral system should the UK have?" The students are taken through three systems: Constituency System, Proportional Representation and a hybrid system drawing upon both the constituency and the PR models.
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 MPPC MP3 MPEG MPEG 1 MPEG 2 MPEG 3 MPEG 4 MP MPAA Film Rating   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
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MPs elected in the UK general election, 2001 This is a list of MPs elected to the House of Commons for the Fifty-Third Parliament of the United Kingdom at the UK general election, 2001, arranged by constituency.
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 Edinburgh University Library: Previously Answered Reference Questions
He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Artists (Scotland) in 1869, and to the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours (RSW) in 1878.
Then there is the Keele University site Elections and electoral systems around the world offering data by country from several different sources, and the University of California (San Diego) Lijphart Elections Archive.
Thatcher meanwhile had demonstrated that the UK was making a disproportionate contribution to the Community budget as a result of the workings of the Common Agricultural Policy.
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 Area Studies, UK: politics, elections and government in Britain
It should be noted that MPs email addresses seem to be in a period of flux - some have their own private addresses, some have constituency-based addresses, and some are linked to the Parliamentary server.
1983 general election, full results by constituency, including a statistical breakdown of the results
UK Ratifiers for Democracy - democratic reform in the UK a portal for news and information in the public sector
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 British Liberal-SDP Alliance election manifesto: 1983
The General Election on June 9th 1983 will be seen as a watershed in British politics.
It is also in the interests of a more stable political and economic direction, without which those who work in industry, public or private, or in the community services, will not have the framework within which to plan for the future.
This set of proposals amounts to an extensive decentralisation of power from the centre, both to the nations and regions and to local government, and to considerable strengthening of democratic accountability at all levels of government.
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 Encyclopedia: 1983 UK general election   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
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The general election of June 9, 1983 gave the Conservatives and Margaret Thatcher the second most decisive election victory since that of Labour in 1945.
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 Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music - Mp
Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music - Mp Shopping Stores
INDEX OF ARTICLES: Mp Articles are indexed by the first word of the title, including " A," " The," etc.
Articles about persons are generally alphabetized by first name, not surname.
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It doesn't seem to available in the UK.
Actually, many of the most interesting Penguin (Modern) Classics titles are Penguin US ones, although they can typically be obtained from Amazon UK.
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