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Harold Wilson

Overview
Harold Wilson
Wilson Governments
First Wilson Government (1964–1970)
Second Wilson Government (1974–1976)
Notable events from Wilson's Premiership
D-notice affair
Gnomes of Zürich
Harold Wilson conspiracy theories
Clockwork Orange
The Lavender List
Wilson Doctrine
General elections
1964 general election
1966 general election
1970 general election
February 1974 general election
October 1974 general election
Party elections
1960 Labour leadership election
1963 Labour leadership election
Resignation Honours
1970 Resignation Honours
1976 Resignation Honours
Family
Mary Wilson
Robin Wilson
Books
Bibliography
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