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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Kenneth Baker at Conservative headquarters

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Kenneth Baker at Conservative headquarters


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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Kenneth Baker at Conservative headquarters

Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Kenneth Baker at Conservative headquarters, Smith Square, after backing John Major in the party leadership battle. 26th November 1990

Wright
Daily Mirror
Mirrorpix
London
Greater London
England
DM 90 7845

Media ID 21856029

© Mirrorpix

Tory 1990 Conservative Smith Square


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Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Kenneth Baker at Conservative headquarters, Smith Square, after backing John Major in the party leadership battle. 26th November 1990. This print from Memory Lane Prints takes us back to a pivotal moment in British political history. In this snapshot frozen in time, we witness two influential figures of the conservative movement standing side by side at their party's headquarters. The year is 1990, and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, known for her iron will and uncompromising leadership style, joins forces with Kenneth Baker to throw their support behind John Major during a crucial leadership battle within the Tory party. The image exudes an air of determination as both politicians stand tall amidst the backdrop of Smith Square. Their expressions reveal a mix of confidence and anticipation for what lies ahead. This photograph encapsulates not only a significant turning point for the Conservative Party but also symbolizes the passing of power from one formidable leader to another. As we delve into this piece of history captured by Wright's lens, it serves as a reminder that politics is not just about policies or ideologies; it is about individuals who shape nations through their unwavering dedication and strategic decision-making. With its timeless appeal and historical significance, this print offers viewers an opportunity to reflect on how these leaders shaped Britain's destiny during one of its most transformative eras.

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