A Winston Churchill Documents and Medal Trio Group
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Edward Heath was the Prime-Minister between 19 June 1970 and 4 March 1974. He was close to Winston Churchill since his early days in politic. He was appointed as an opposition whip by Winston Churchill in February 1951. He remained in the whips’ office after the Conservatives won the 1951 general election, rising rapidly to Joint Deputy Chief Whip, Deputy Chief Whip and, in December 1955, Government Chief Whip under Anthony Eden.