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News1980 Gallery

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Choose from 42 pictures in our News1980 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Women's peace protests - RAF Greenham Common air base Featured Print

Women's peace protests - RAF Greenham Common air base

RAF Greenham Common air base the site of continuous women's peace protests from 1981 until 1991 when the final American Cruise missiles were removed. The demonstrations ended with the closure of the base. The fence that has surrounded Greenham Common for 50 years will be pulled down marking a final victory for peace campaigners.

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Sheerness Steel Strike Featured Print

Sheerness Steel Strike

A heated argument between pickets and a lorry driver at Sheerness Steels, a Canadian owned private steel plant on the Isle of Sheppey, where workers have disobeyed union instructions to spread the steel strike into the private sector of the industry.

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Pa News Photo January 1982 Mark Thatcher Reunited with his Parents at Chequers, the Prime Minister's Country Residence in Bucki Featured Print

Pa News Photo January 1982 Mark Thatcher Reunited with his Parents at Chequers, the Prime Minister's Country Residence in Bucki

PA NEWS PHOTO JANUARY 1982 MARK THATCHER REUNITED WITH HIS PARENTS AT CHEQUERS, THE PRIME MINISTER'S COUNTRY RESIDENCE IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. HE HAD BEEN MISSING FOR SIX DAYS IN THE SAHARA DURING THE PARIS, DAKAR RALLY. 25/08/04: Mark Thatcher - who, according to media reports in South Africa, has been arrested by South African police over allegations he was involved in a planned coup in Equatorial Guinea.

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