Edward Heath, British Prime Minister 1970-4, Conservative. Born: 9 July 1916 in St. Peter’s, Kent. Died: 17 July 2005 in Salisbury.
Arundells - The Home of Sir Edward Heath
Photographs and history of Heath's home which is open to the public.
BBC On This Day: Heath is new Tory leader
Edward Heath wins the Conservative leadership contest on 27 July, 1965.
BBC On This Day: Shock election win for Heath
Edward Heath becomes the new British prime minister after a surprise victory on 19 June,1970.
Edward Heath and Europe
First person article commenting on the first discussions concerning the possibility of Britain's joining the European Community.
The Guardian: Sir Edward Heath
Obituary: Conservative prime minister who took Britain into Europe and served 51 years in the House of Commons.
InfoBritain: Edward Heath
Biographical article.
Leadership and Change: Prime Ministers in the Post-War World - Heath
Lecture by Professor John Ramsden, Queen Mary, University of London. Full text, audio and video files.
Telegraph - Heath warned about gay sex trysts
By George Jones, Political Editor. (April 28, 2007)
Telegraph: Furious Heath denies caring more about EEC than killings in Ulster
Speaking at the Bloody Sunday Inquiry yesterday, Sir Edward Heath described the suggestion that he had brushed aside the deaths of civilians to concentrate on securing British membership of the EEC as obscene and offensive. (January 16, 2003)
Time: Unexpected Triumph
Analysis of Edward Heath's victory in 1970. (June 29, 1970)
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