Sir Winston Churchill in the cabinet room at 10 Downing Street. Wartime premier Churchill's concern that the Duke of Windsor was openly allying himself with pro-Nazis is shown clearly in a long-secret documents which were made public.
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Edward Heath Downing St 1972
Prime Minister Edward Heath enjoying a performance by the bowler-hatted Philanderers outside his official London residence, Number 10 Downing Street. * 24/10/00: Sir Edward Heath is to retire from Parliament at the next general election after more than 50 years as an MP. As the Father of the House - its longest serving Member - Sir Edward conducted the arduous procedure to elect the new Speaker. Despite his age, Sir Edward is a regular attender at the Commons, an occasional speaker - always without notes and invariably witty - and never misses an opportunity to proclaim his pro-European views.