Harold Wilson's Government

A brief overview of the major elements of Harold Wilson's government, and the country under his leadership

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  • Harold Wilson
    • Social Reform
      • Race Relations Act, 1965 and 1968
      • Abortion Act, 1967
      • Sexual Offences Act, 1967
      • Office of Ombudsman, 1967
      • Theatres Act, 1968
      • Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1969
      • Divorce Reform Act, 1969
      • Open University
    • Foreign Policy
      • Commonwealth Immigration Act, 1968
      • Second application to EEC, 1967
    • Economic Policy
      • Department of Economic Affairs, 1964
        • The National Plan
          • Ministry of Technology
      • Devaluation, 1967
      • IMF loans, 1964 and 1967
    • Trade Unions
      • Frank Cousins as Minister of Technology, 1964
      • Strikes
        • 3-month Seamens' Strike, 1966
        • Dockers' Strike, 1967
      • Prices and Incomes Board, 1966
      • In Place of Strife, 1969
  • Foreign Policy
    • Commonwealth Immigration Act, 1968
    • Second application to EEC, 1967

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