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Home Secretary Roy Jenkins speaks during a debate on the Common Market

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Home Secretary Roy Jenkins speaks during a debate on the Common Market

Home Secretary Roy Jenkins speaks during a debate on the Common Market. Staying inside the Common Market will be best for Britain, Europe and the world. That was the advice given to the special one-day conference by the Prime Minister
April 1975

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Mirrorpix

Media ID 21367826

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Agreement Common Market Conferences European Community Referendum Speaking Speech Treaty


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In this photo print, Home Secretary Roy Jenkins takes center stage as he passionately addresses a crowd during a debate on the Common Market. The year is 1975, a time of political turmoil and uncertainty in Britain. As the image captures his commanding presence, it becomes evident that Jenkins firmly believes in the benefits of staying within the Common Market. Surrounded by fellow politicians and delegates at a special one-day conference, Jenkins delivers his powerful message with conviction. His words resonate not only with those present but also with the nation as a whole. The Prime Minister himself has endorsed Jenkins' advice - remaining part of the Common Market is crucial for Britain's future prosperity, Europe's stability, and even global harmony. This snapshot freezes an important moment in history when discussions about European integration were at their peak. It symbolizes both hope and apprehension for what lies ahead. The looming referendum on whether to stay or leave adds an extra layer of significance to this scene. As we gaze upon this remarkable photograph from April 1975, we are reminded of how politics can shape our lives and alter destinies. It serves as a reminder that decisions made during such critical junctures have far-reaching consequences beyond national borders – they impact entire continents. Memory Lane Prints allows us to relive these pivotal moments through their carefully curated collection of historical images like this one – capturing not just faces but also emotions, ideologies, and aspirations etched into our collective memory forever.

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