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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Music - Adam Faith with Silver Disc
Adam Faith, one-time messenger boy and aspiring film editor and now a top 'pop' singer, pictured in London with his third Silver Disc, presented for a quarter-million sales of his recording of 'Lonely Pup'. Adam, who was born Terrence Nelhams in Acton, London, in 1940, shot to the top with his disc 'What Do You Want?'. At first, he wanted to become a film editor and worked for two years as a messenger boy while awaiting promotion to the cutting room.
Politics - Former Prime Ministers Dinner - Spencer House - 1992
Left to right, back row: Former Prime Ministers Lord Callahan, Lord Wilson, and Sir Edward Heath. Front row, left to right: Prime Minister John Major, the Princess of Wales, The Prince of Wales, Queen Elizabeth II, The Duke of Edinburgh and former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher at Spencer House in London for a dinner given by past and present Prime Ministers and their spouses.