Leeds Municipal election, 1968
The Leeds municipal election was held on 9 May 1968. Following extensive boundary changes, the whole council was up for election. The re-warding increased the number of wards by two, up to 32 wards, r...
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1968 Wimbledon Championships
The 1968 Wimbledon Championships was a combined men's and women's tennis tournament that took place on the outdoor grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, Un...
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International Computers Limited
International Computers Limited, or ICL, was a large British computer hardware, computer software and computer services company that operated from 1968 until 2002. It was formed through a merger of I...
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The Fleming Collection
The Fleming Collection is a large private collection of Scottish art, located in Berkeley Square, central London, England.
The collection was started in 1968 from the Scottish banking firm Robert ...
Sheffield Brightside by-election, 1968
The Sheffield Brightside by-election of 15 June 1968 was held after the death of Labour MP (MP) Richard Winterbottom:The seat was very safe, having been won by Labour at the United Kingdom general ele...
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Eurovision Song Contest 1968
The Eurovision Song Contest 1968 was the 13th Eurovision Song Contest. The contest was won by the Spanish song "La, la, la", performed by Massiel. Originally Spain entered Joan Manuel Serrat to sing ...
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1968 Football League Cup Final
The 1968 Football League Cup Final took place on 2 March 1968 at Wembley Stadium. It was the eighth final and the second to be played at Wembley. It was contested between Arsenal and Leeds United.Leed...
Holloway Brothers (London)
Holloway Brothers (London) Ltd was a leading English construction company specialising in building and heavy civil engineering work based in London.
The company was founded as a partnership in 188...
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Sheffield Municipal election, 1968
The election was held on 9 May 1968, with a third of the council up for vote, alongside three double vacancies in Broomhill, Handsworth and Mosborough. Overall turnout was 33.9%, a continuation of the...
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Meriden by-election, 1968
The Meriden by-election, 1968 was a by-election held for the British House of Commons constituency of Meriden in Warwickshire on 28 March 1968. It was won by the Conservative Party candidate Keith Sp...
Rivers of Blood speech
Enoch Powell's April 20, 1968 address to the General Meeting of the West Midlands Area Conservative Political Centre (commonly called "Rivers of Blood") was a speech criticising Commonwealth immigrati...
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New Forest by-election, 1968
The New Forest by-election of 7 November 1968 was held after Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Oliver Crosthwaite-Eyre resigned from the House of Commons due to ill health. The seat was retained ...
Hill Brow Preparatory School for Boys
Hill Brow Preparatory School for Boys was a small English preparatory school, initially based in Eastbourne, East Sussex, but subsequently relocated to Brent Knoll in Somerset as part of the evacuatio...
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Caerphilly by-election, 1968
The Caerphilly by-election of 15 June 1968 was held after the death of Labour MP (MP) Ness Edwards:The seat was very safe, having been won by Labour at the United Kingdom general election, 1966 by ove...
Acton by-election, 1968
The Acton by-election of 28 March 1968 was held after the death of Labour Member of Parliament (MP) Bernard Floud on 10 October 1967. The seat was gained by the Conservatives in a defeat for Harold W...
Arvon Foundation
The Arvon Foundation is a charitable organisation in the United Kingdom that promotes creative writing. It is based in the Free Word Centre for literature, literacy and free expression in London.
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Ronan Point
Ronan Point was a 22-storey tower block in Newham, East London, which partly collapsed on 16 May 1968 when a gas explosion demolished a load-bearing wall, causing the collapse of one entire corner of ...
Great Flood of 1968
The Great Flood of 1968 was a flood caused by a pronounced trough of low pressure which brought exceptionally heavy rain and thunderstorms to South East England and France in mid-September 1968, with ...
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D'Oliveira affair
The D'Oliveira affair was a prolonged political and sporting controversy relating to the scheduled 1968–69 tour of South Africa by the England cricket team, who were officially representing the Maryle...
D'Oliveira affair - Wikipedia