Blackpool Blues

October 1983
Time;10/24/1983, Vol. 122 Issue 18, p51
The article reports on the celebration of the Conservative Party's on its victory in the election in Great Britain on June 1983. The celebration was the party's first gathering since the election and it also marks two important events including its 100th birthday as well as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's 58th. However, the excitement of the party's celebration has gone when Prime Minister Tatcher has announced the resignation of Trade and Industry Secretary Cecil Parkinson.


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