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Politics in England, the United Kingdom are closely intertwined

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Background imagePolitics Collection: Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942

Winston Churchill making his famous V for Victory sign, 1942. A typical gesture of defiance from Britains wartime Prime Minister. (Colorised black and white print)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Trial of Lord Lovat, Westminster Hall, London, 1747

Trial of Lord Lovat, Westminster Hall, London, 1747. Interior view of Westminster Hall, with both houses of Parliament assembled for the trial of the Jacobite, Simon, Lord Lovat

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Tea-Room, House of Commons, Westminster, London, 19th century

The Tea-Room, House of Commons, Westminster, London, 19th century. From Cassells Illustrated History of England, volume X, published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin and Co

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination

The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination
CARTOON: VACCINATION, 1802. The Cow-Pock. Satirical etching, 1802, by James Gillray on Edward Jenner and vaccination

Background imagePolitics Collection: William Pitt the Younger J910510

William Pitt the Younger J910510
KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London " William Pitt the Younger " c1788. Attributed to GAINSBOROUGH Thomas (1727-88)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Tower of London & Tower Bridge 21766_20

Tower of London & Tower Bridge 21766_20
TOWER OF LONDON, TOWER BRIDGE & GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY BUILDING, London. Aerial view. The new Greater London Authority offices, designed by Foster & Partners, 1998-2002

Background imagePolitics Collection: Wellington Bombers

Wellington Bombers
8th February 1940: A flight of Vickers Wellington long range bombers, used by the Royal Air Force to undertake raids into Germany and elsewhere. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Deaths Dispensary. An 1866 cartoon indicating water pollution as a source of disease

Deaths Dispensary. An 1866 cartoon indicating water pollution as a source of disease
POLLUTION CARTOON, 1866. Deaths Dispensary. An 1866 cartoon indicating water pollution as a source of disease

Background imagePolitics Collection: Political cartoon of the Duke of Wellington K021676

Political cartoon of the Duke of Wellington K021676
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. " The Double Dealer". Political cartoon about the Duke of Wellington controlling patronage through army promotions, state appointments and church preferments

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Devilfish in Egyptian Waters. An American cartoon from 1882 depicting John Bull (England)

The Devilfish in Egyptian Waters. An American cartoon from 1882 depicting John Bull (England)
IMPERIALISM CARTOON, 1882. The Devilfish in Egyptian Waters. An American cartoon from 1882 depicting John Bull (England) as the octopus of imperialism grabbing land on every continent

Background imagePolitics Collection: First Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered

First Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered
The first Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered on the terrace of the House of Commons, London, 1906. Ramsay Macdonald is seated third from the left, then Arthur Henderson and next to him

Background imagePolitics Collection: POLLUTION CARTOON, 1866. Deaths Dispensary

POLLUTION CARTOON, 1866. Deaths Dispensary. An 1866 cartoon indicating water pollution as a source of disease

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85

Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and River Thames taken from the balloon Corona on 22nd May 1909 at 4:30pm

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Battle of Naseby, 1645, 1727, (1944). Creator: Dupuis

The Battle of Naseby, 1645, 1727, (1944). Creator: Dupuis
The Battle of Naseby, 1645, 1727, (1944). The victory at Naseby of the Parliamentarian New Model Army under Fairfax and Cromwell over the Royalist army commanded by Prince Rupert marked the decisive

Background imagePolitics Collection: Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown

Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). Creator: Unknown
Charles I and Speaker Lenthall, c1850, (1947). On 4 January 1642, King Charles I (1600-1649, standing, in hat) entered the House of Commons to arrest five Members of Parliament for high treason

Background imagePolitics Collection: Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905

Inside the clock face of Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, c1905. Photo published in Parliament Past and Present by Arnold Wright and Philip Smith, (London, c1905)

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850)

The Capture Of Guy Fawkes, 1605, (c1850). Fawkes was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the houses of Parliament on November 5th

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster CC97_01069

Palace of Westminster CC97_01069
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. A complete view of the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben taken from Parliament Square with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster 24414_010

Palace of Westminster 24414_010
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, River Thames and London Eye wheel

Background imagePolitics Collection: Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797

Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797. Artist: Gillray, James (1757-1815)
Political Ravishment, or the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street in Danger!, 1797. From a private collection

Background imagePolitics Collection: British aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal

British aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal
5th June 1987: British aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal moored at Greenwich, London. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Smoking club, 18th century artwork

Smoking club, 18th century artwork. The practice of smoking tobacco was popularised in England and Ireland in the 1580s and 1590s by the English soldier and explorer Sir Walter Raleigh (c.1552-1618)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster a98_05898

Palace of Westminster a98_05898
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. A view of the Houses of Parliament, including the Big Ben clock tower, from the River Thames at night. Photographed by Eric de Mare. Date range: 1945-1980

Background imagePolitics Collection: Tomb of Karl Marx, Highgate Cemetery a074709

Tomb of Karl Marx, Highgate Cemetery a074709
HIGHGATE CEMETERY, Hampstead, London. A view towards the tomb of Karl Marx, the political philospher who died in London in 1883

Background imagePolitics Collection: Big Ben a077048

Big Ben a077048
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. The Clock Tower colloquially known as Big Ben, located at the Palace of Westminster, which is alternatively known as the Houses of Parliament

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster 21759_08

Palace of Westminster 21759_08
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, London. Aerial view. Although a Royal Palace has stood on this site since about 1040 AD, most of the present Palace of Westminster

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster J060218

Palace of Westminster J060218
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, City of Westminster, London. The Houses of Parliament including the Big Ben clock tower. A view from the south bank of the river Thames at night with reflection in the water

Background imagePolitics Collection: Das Kapital K030651

Das Kapital K030651
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Frontispiece of Darwins copy of " Das Kapital " with a dedication from Karl Marx

Background imagePolitics Collection: Palace of Westminster J060186

Palace of Westminster J060186
PALACE OF WESTMINSTER, City of Westminster, London. View of the Houses of Parliament from across the river Thames

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Devils Acre - Westminster, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The Devils Acre - Westminster, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The Devils Acre-Westminster, 1872. Devils Acre, a Victorian slum near Westminster Abbey had a high rate of mortality from diseases such as typhoid. From, " LONDON

Background imagePolitics Collection: Integrity retiring from Office!, 1801

Integrity retiring from Office!, 1801
Integrity retiring from Office!, Pub. 1801 (hand coloured engraving). William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806) resigns as Prime Minister in protest at Kings rejection of the bills to unite England

Background imagePolitics Collection: William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician

William Pitt (1708-1778). British politician
PITT, William (London 1708-Hayes, 1778), first Earl of Chatham, called Pitt the Elder or Prime Pitt. Also konwn as The Great Commoner. British politician. He joined the ranks of Commons Whig in 1735

Background imagePolitics Collection: Fly Past

Fly Past
31st May 1956: Shackletons of RAF Coastal Command at a Fly Past over Buckingham Palace at the ceremony of Trooping the Colour. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imagePolitics Collection: The first Co-operative shop to be opened in Rochdale, Lancashire, in 1844 (litho)

The first Co-operative shop to be opened in Rochdale, Lancashire, in 1844 (litho)
7157581 The first Co-operative shop to be opened in Rochdale, Lancashire, in 1844 (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)

Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving)
6034701 Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Punch cartoon: Faraday Giving His Card to Father Thames)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Posters warning those guilty of illegal oaths were liable to deportation, (1834), 1934

Posters warning those guilty of illegal oaths were liable to deportation, (1834), 1934
Posters warning that people found guilty of uttering illegal oaths were liable to deportation, 1834. On 24th February 1834 local landowners in Dorsetput up posters warning that people found guilty of

Background imagePolitics Collection: Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol

Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol
XJF486361 Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol. II, print made by Clayton, published 1794 (engraving) by Beauford

Background imagePolitics Collection: Richard The Lionheart Statue, Houses of Parliament, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Richard The Lionheart Statue, Houses of Parliament, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imagePolitics Collection: Field / Cloth / Gold: Debay

Field / Cloth / Gold: Debay
FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD Francois I of France meets Henry VIII of England for a social/political get-together near Calais

Background imagePolitics Collection: Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Creator: Unknown

Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Creator: Unknown
Daniel Earl of Nottingham, c1785. Daniel Earl of Nottingham (1647-1730), English Conservative statesman regarded as an honourable and virtuous man

Background imagePolitics Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Clement Attlee, 1950s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Clement Attlee, 1950s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Clement Attlee, 1950s, (2023). Attlee (1883-1967) was a British statesman and Labour MP for Limehouse from 1922

Background imagePolitics Collection: CARTOON: EMBARGO, 1811. Ograbme, or the American Snapping-Turtle: American cartoon

CARTOON: EMBARGO, 1811. Ograbme, or the American Snapping-Turtle: American cartoon, 1811, by Alexander Anderson on the Embargo of trade with England that year

Background imagePolitics Collection: No. 10 Downing Street, London CC97_00936

No. 10 Downing Street, London CC97_00936
10 DOWNING STREET, Westminster, London. A view of number 10 Downing Street. It was given to Sir Robert Walpole as a personal gift from George II in 1732

Background imagePolitics Collection: King Eadwig and Queen Aelfgifu, marriage annulled by Dunstan

King Eadwig and Queen Aelfgifu, marriage annulled by Dunstan
Edwy or Eadwig, King of England and his wife Elgiva or Aelfgifu - their marriage is annulled against their will by Archbishop Dunstan, probably for political reasons

Background imagePolitics Collection: Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho)

Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho)
5996562 Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V (colour litho) by Guthrie, James (1874-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: Some notable statesmen of the reign of King George V)

Background imagePolitics Collection: Mr. Churchill contemplates the ruins of the House of Commons, bombed in May 1941, 1941

Mr. Churchill contemplates the ruins of the House of Commons, bombed in May 1941, 1941 (1955). Incendiary bombs which fell on the nights of 10

Background imagePolitics Collection: Runney Mead or Magna Charta Island, near Egham, Surrey, 19th century

Runney Mead or Magna Charta Island, near Egham, Surrey, 19th century. This place is celebrated in history as the spot where the assembled barons in 1215, obtained from King John

Background imagePolitics Collection: The Rhodes Colossus, 1892 Artist: Edward Linley Sambourne

The Rhodes Colossus, 1892 Artist: Edward Linley Sambourne
The Rhodes Colossus, 1892. Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902), English-born South African businessman and statesman, shown striding across Africa from Cape Town to Cairo with a telegraph wire



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Politics Collection

Politics in England, the United Kingdom are closely intertwined. The UK is a member of the European Union, which means that its laws and regulations are heavily influenced by those of the EU. In England, politics is based on a parliamentary system with two main parties: the Conservative Party and Labour Party. Both parties have different views on how to best govern the country, but both ultimately strive for a better future for all citizens. At a European level, politics is largely focused on economic integration and cooperation between countries in order to create stability and prosperity across Europe as a whole. The UK has also been an active participant in international affairs such as NATO and other global initiatives to promote peace and security around the world.
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Our beautiful pictures are available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Photo Gifts

The Politics collection from Media Storehouse is a diverse range of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the political history of England, United Kingdom and Europe. Our collection features iconic images of politicians such as Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher alongside historic moments like the signing of the Magna Carta or Brexit protests. These pieces are perfect for those interested in politics or looking to add a touch of historical significance to their home decor. Our collection also includes artwork depicting famous landmarks such as Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace which have played significant roles in British politics over time. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, these artworks are sure to impress any viewer with their vivid colors and intricate details. This Politics collection offers an extensive selection of artwork that captures some defining moments in English political history while providing an opportunity for individuals to own a piece of it themselves.
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What are Politics (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints?

Politics art prints from Media Storehouse are a collection of high-quality images that depict various political figures, events and movements in England, the United Kingdom and Europe. These prints capture important moments in history such as elections, protests, speeches and other significant political milestones. The Politics art print collection features iconic images of famous politicians like Winston Churchill, Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair. It also includes photographs of historic events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall or Nelson Mandela's release from prison. These prints are perfect for anyone interested in politics or history. They can be used to decorate homes, offices or public spaces with thought-provoking imagery that captures important moments in our collective past. Whether you're looking for a gift for a politically-minded friend or just want to add some depth to your decor, these Politics art prints offer something unique and meaningful.
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What Politics (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of political art prints from England, United Kingdom, and Europe. These prints cover various themes such as historical events, famous politicians, iconic landmarks, and cultural symbols. You can find classic black and white photographs capturing significant moments in British politics like Winston Churchill's speeches or Margaret Thatcher's leadership. Alternatively, you may prefer colorful illustrations depicting the European Union flag or London skyline. Moreover, Media Storehouse also provides contemporary artworks that reflect current political issues such as Brexit or climate change activism. For instance, you can choose from a selection of protest posters advocating for social justice causes or satirical cartoons mocking political figures. Whether you are interested in vintage propaganda posters from World War II or modern street art murals commenting on immigration policies, we have something to offer for every taste and preference.
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How much do Politics (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints cost?

The cost of Politics art prints in England, United Kingdom, and Europe varies depending on the artist, size, and quality of the print. There are a wide range of options available to suit different budgets and preferences. Some prints may be more affordable while others may be considered high-end or exclusive. Art enthusiasts can find a variety of political-themed prints from classic portraits to modern interpretations that capture significant moments in history. The price range for these pieces can vary greatly based on factors such as the rarity of the artwork, its condition, and whether it is an original or reproduction. There is no fixed price for Politics art prints as they are sold by various vendors across different platforms. However, buyers should expect to pay a fair amount for quality works that reflect their passion for politics and appreciation for fine art.
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How will my Politics (England United Kingdom Europe) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Politics art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a safe and secure manner. The company takes great care in packaging your artwork so that it arrives at your doorstep undamaged. Your print will be rolled and placed inside a sturdy tube, which is then sealed with protective caps on both ends. Media Storehouse uses reliable courier services to deliver your package directly to your address. You can track the progress of your delivery online using the tracking number provided by the company. If you are not available to receive the package, the courier service may leave a note or attempt redelivery at another time. Once you receive your Politics art prints, you can unroll them carefully and frame them according to your preference. With high-quality printing techniques used by Media Storehouse, these prints are sure to add an elegant touch of political sophistication to any room they are displayed in.