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Images Dated 2009 January

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Choose from 15 pictures in our Images Dated 2009 January 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.

Featured January Print

Horse Racing - Palestine - 1950

Sam Thomas, stable lad, painting racehorse 'Palestine', the winner of the 2, 000 Guineas, at Marcus Marsh's stables

© PA Photos/ALPHA

Featured January Print

Music - Dolly Parton - Heathrow Airport - London - 1976

American singer Dolly Parton arrived at Heathrow airport to take part in the eighth International Festival of Country Music at Wembley

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

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Featured January Print

The Cabinet

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)