James Callaghan

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Person.png James Callaghan   Powerbase WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
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Born Leonard James Callaghan
1912-03-27
Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Died 2005-03-26 (Age 92)
Ringmer, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Children • Margaret
• Julie Michael
Parents James Callaghan Charlotte Cundy
Spouse Audrey Moulton
Party Labour

Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom (HM Government).svg Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 April 1976 - 4 May 1979
Succeeded by Margaret Thatcher

Employment.png Leader of the Labour Party Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 April 1976 - 10 November 1980
Deputy Michael Foot, Denis Healey
Preceded by Harold Wilson
Succeeded by Michael Foot

Employment.png Father of the House

In office
9 June 1983 - 11 June 1987

Employment.png Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
4 May 1979 - 10 November 1980
Preceded by Margaret Thatcher
Succeeded by Michael Foot

Employment.png Foreign Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 March 1974 - 5 April 1976
Preceded by Julian Amery, Alec Douglas-Home

Employment.png Shadow Foreign Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
19 April 1972 - 28 February 1974
Preceded by Denis Healey

Employment.png Shadow Secretary of State for Employment

In office
19 October 1971 - 19 April 1972
Preceded by Barbara Castle

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In office
19 June 1970 - 19 October 1971
Succeeded by Shirley Williams

Employment.png Home Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
30 November 1967 - 19 June 1970
Succeeded by Reginald Maudling

Employment.png Chancellor of the Exchequer Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
16 October 1964 - 30 November 1967
Preceded by Reginald Maudling
Succeeded by Roy Jenkins

Employment.png Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
2 November 1961 - 16 October 1964
Preceded by Harold Wilson
Succeeded by Reginald Maudling
James Callaghan (27 March 1912 - 26 March 2005) was Leader of the Labour Party from 1976 to 1980 and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1976 to 1979.[1]

Bilderberg

As is standard for a Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Callaghan attended the Bilderberg group before being elected leader of his political party (in 1963 and 1964).

Uranium from Namibia

"... nevertheless, in keeping with the spirit of these (UN) resolutions, we have decided to give no further promotional support for trade with Namibia..."
James Callaghan, Foreign Secretary, House of Commons, December 1974

The Rossing File awaits the answer to this question:

Why was it that Mr Callaghan as Foreign Secretary, following talks with representatives of SWAPO in Lusaka during January 1975, gave a false impression to members of the Labour Cabinet that Namibia's "sole authentic representative" had no objection to the Rössing Uranium Mine contracts being continued?

Records of that discussion confirm that the SWAPO representatives present gave no such indication.[2]

 

Event Participated in

EventDateLocation(s)
Bilderberg/196329 March 1963 - 31 March 1963Hotel Martinez
Cannes
France
 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Lockerbie Bombing and my Reinstatement in HM Diplomatic Serviceletter29 January 1997Patrick HaseldineFormer diplomat Patrick Haseldine writes to former Prime Minister James Callaghan
Document:Reinstatement in HM Diplomatic Serviceletter6 January 1997Patrick HaseldineA plea for reinstatement in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office by "Thatcher's Whitehall Critic"
Document:The Rossing File:The Inside Story of Britain's Secret Contract for Namibian Uraniumpamphlet1980Alun RobertsScandal in the 1970s and 1980s of collusion by successive British governments with the mining conglomerate Rio Tinto to import yellowcake from the Rössing Uranium Mine in Namibia (illegally occupied by apartheid South Africa) in defiance of international law, and leading to the targeting of UN Commissioner for Namibia Bernt Carlsson on Pan Am Flight 103 in December 1988.


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