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Artist or CreatorEmmwood [John Musgrave-Wood]
Title or CaptionOld Emmwood's Almanack ... for 1973
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Mail
Date30 Dec 1972
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcript'Every leetle breeze seems to wheespair - the freeze ...' JANUARY. Britain joins
E.E.C.. Enoch Powell resigns and joins the Labour Party. Edward Heath holds thanksgiving service
at the Festival Hall. Church bells are rung throughout the land. Mrs. Whitehouse not amused.
'Never was so much owed ......' APRIL. V.A.T. begins. Hugh Scanlon refuses to recognise it and is
fined $5 million by N.I.R.C. (with costs) He resigns leadership of A.E.U.W. and joins Tory party.
A.E.U.W. refuse him redundancy pay. He appeals N.I.R.C. 'Belle of New York' opens in London. Mrs.
Whitehouse has reservations. 'I'm going to write a diary ...' FEBRUARY. Harold Wilson resigns.
Flees to Scilly Isles and declares U.D.I. and changes his name to Moyshe Dayan' Wilson At Fanfare
for Europe celebrations Lord Hailsham rings his ding-a-ling. Mrs. Whitehouse disgusted. 'My
father and I ...' MAY. Sensational revelation by leading newspaper that Martin Bormann is alive
and well and living in a top floor flat in London under assumed name of Howard Hughes. Gen Amin
appears in Jesus Christ Superstar and plays on his accordian. Mrs. Whitehouse delighted. 'I mean
monkey business' MARCH. Enoch becomes Labour party leader. Michael Foot attacks his left-wing
policies and resigns. General Amin expels all Ugandan Ugandans. Enoch Powell warns 'A bell tolls
for the British Commonwealth'. Mrs. Whitehouse disgusted. 'Remember the good old bad old days
Jack?' JUNE. Ted Heath resigns to become Captain of Q.E.3. Hugh Scanlon takes over as Tory party
leader. Vic Feather and Jack Jones sent to the Tower in irons. Unions disbanded. Horse called
'Jingle-Bells' wins the Derby. Mrs. Whitehouse made Dame of British Empire and retires.
Person DepictedHeath; Edward (1916-2005)
Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)
Powell; Enoch (1912-1988)
Scanlon; Hugh
Amin; Idi (1923?-2003)
Feather; Vic
Jones; Jack (1913-)
Implied text'Fanfare for Europe' was a programme of activities to celebrate Britain's entry into
the European Economic Community.
SubjectsAEEU
British
Commonwealth
European Union
Industries
International relations
Labour Party
London
Membership
Music
Politics
Quotations
Resignations
Trades unions
Uganda
VAT
executions
industrial production
political parties
politicians
ships
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GB/BCA/755Heath; Edward (1916-2005)1916-2005   
GB/BCA/711Wilson; Harold (1916-1995)1916-1995   
GB/BCA/1031Powell; Enoch (1912-1988)1912-1988   
GB/BCA/1162Scanlon; Hugh   
GB/BCA/1935Amin; Idi (1923?-2003)1923?-2003   
GB/BCA/1174Feather; Vic   
GB/BCA/1175Jones; Jack (1913-)1913-   
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