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Artist or CreatorDavid Langdon
Title or Caption"No honestly, cross our hearts, we did NOT come away to avoid the power cuts." / "Trade
gone up with all the Nixon publicity?" / "Made a £20,000 offer for Pele, and their reply was a
Portuguese word I don't understand ..." / "Any answer from Sir Keith Joseph to your complaints
about cruel early-morning scrub-down?"
Extent1 item
Published bySunday Mirror
Date20 Feb 1972
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptLIN HO Take-Away Chinese Food Villa v. Santos
Person DepictedPhilip; Prince, (1921-); consort of Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain,
Elizabeth II (1926-); Queen of Great Britain,
NotesNews: 15 Feb: Stock markets fell as the City assessed the implications of the three-day
week forced on industry by the power crisis. News: 16 Feb: Sir Keith Joseph accepted the
conclusions in the report of the committee of inquiry into conditions at Whittingham mental
hospital. The report revealed inadequate medical and nursing care of a large proportion of
patients. ... [The Times]
SubjectsChina
Chinese
NHS
USA
East-West relations
football matches
football players
football supporters
nurses
power cuts
royal tours
state visits
take-away food
queens
dukes
Princes
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GB/BCA/1021Philip; Prince, (1921-); consort of Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain1921-   
GB/BCA/225Elizabeth II (1926-); Queen of Great Britain1926-   
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