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Callaghan

(ˈkæləˌhæn)
n
(Biography) (Leonard) James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff. 1912–2005, British Labour statesman; prime minister (1976–79)
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Relatives released pictures of 30-year-old Christopher Callaghan, who died in the multi-occupancy building blaze on Euston Street, Walton, on Saturday, October 28.
He once met James Callaghan and the former Labour leader asked Derek whether he'd heard of telephone canvassing, which had just been introduced.
James Callaghan, MP for Cardiff South-East, George Thomas, MP for Cardiff West, Coun Harry Miles, Aneurin Bevan, MP for Ebbw Vale, and S Davies, MP for Merthyr Tydfil, at the Miners' Gala Day in Cardiff in June 1954
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Richard Callaghan, 38, of Addenbrooke Court, Old Hill, had breached an anti-social behaviour injunction banning him from being verbally abusive or causing a nuisance to fellow residents.
Among other things Polyviou has studied the memoirs of British Foreign Secretary James Callaghan which are kept at Oxford University.
Crossing borders; a critical introduction to the works of Mary Rose Callaghan.