James Callaghan senior served in the First World War on board the battleship HMS Agincourt. After he was demobbed in 1919, he joined the Coastguard and the family moved to the town of Brixham in Devon , but he died only two years later of a heart attack in 1921 at the age of 44, leaving the family without an income, and forced to rely on charity to survive.
26/06/2022 · Dessie Farrell was oddly coy when it came to discussing the injuries that kept Con O’Callaghan and James McCarthy out of proceedings on Saturday night. Or, to put it another way, he flat out ...
25/06/2022 · Dublin footballers James McCarthy and Con O’Callaghan are in “a race against time” to be right and ready for the county’s All-Ireland semi-final in a fortnight
Wilson resigned in 1976 in poor health, on turning 60, and James Callaghan became leader of the Labour Party and Prime Minister. By-elections and defections whittled away Labour's majority, which technically was non-existent by April 1976 in the House of Commons after a by-election defeat, the defection of two Labour MPs to form the Scottish Labour Party and the defection of backbencher John ...
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I said, 'Yeah, it comes first because you can't say, "Babe, starring the pig and James Cromwell." Of course you had to put me first.' You know, they didn't help me at all. No campaign, no advertising, no nothing. It cost me $60,000 to get that nomination, but it changed my life. So it was probably the best $60,000 I ever spent.