Politics - Margaret Thatcher and England footballers - 1980
Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher sharing a joke with England footballers, left to right, Kevin Keegan, Terry McDermott, Phil Thompson and Emlyn Hughes and other members of the international squad outside 10 Downing Street when they were leaving after attending a reception given by Mrs Thatcher.
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The Cabinet, Mr William Whitelaw seated next to the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The full Conservative Cabinet line up. Front Row L-R: Peter Walker (Agriculture); James Prior (Northern Ireland); Sir Keith Joseph (Education & Science); Lord Carrington (Foreign Secretary); William Whitelaw (Home Secretary); Margaret Thatcher (Prime Minister), Lord Hailsham (Lord Chancellor); Sir Geoffrey Howe (Chancellor of the Exchequer); Francis Pym (Lord President); John Nott (Defence) and Michael Heseltine (Environment). Back Row L-R: Michael Jopling (Chief Whip); Norman Tebbit (Employment); Baroness Young (Chancellor, Duchy of Lancaster); Norman Fowler (Social Services); John Biffen (Trade); Humphrey Atkins (Privy Seal); George Younger (Scotland); Nicholas Edwards (Wales); Patrick Jenkin (Industry); David Howell (Transport); Leon Brittan (Chief Secretary); Nigel Lawson (Energy); Cecil Parkinson (Paymaster General ) and Sir Robert Armstrong (Cabinet Secretary).
Margaret Thatcher and Geoffrey Howe
Crossing the tarmac at Heathrow airport, London prior to a flight to Stuttgart, are Premier Margaret Thatcher, and the new Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe (left). They are attending the Stuttgart Summit, where Mrs Thatcher is expected to demand tougher controls on runaway agriculture finances -- the major cause of Britain's Common Market budget problems.