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  1. 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.

  2. James Callaghan is the only 20th-century British Prime Minister to have held all 4 major offices of state: Chancellor of the Exchequer, Home Secretary, Foreign Secretary and Prime Minister.

  3. The Labour Party governed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from 1974 to 1979. During this period, Harold Wilson and James Callaghan were successively appointed as Prime Minister by Queen Elizabeth II.

  4. See also Tony Blair's Ruskin College lecture given on 16 December 1996 to mark the twentieth anniversary of Jim Callaghan's Ruskin College speech. The text of Jim Callaghan's Ruskin College speech was prepared by Derek Gillard and uploaded on 31 March 2010. 'A rational debate based on the facts' James Callaghan Ruskin College Oxford 18 October 1976

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  6. Callaghan's Irish Social Club Callaghan’s Irish Social Club has a great selection to choose from with their Starters, Salads, and Sandwiches. They were voted best Burger in Alabama by USA Today and the Alabama Cattleman’s Assn, and Best Burger in Mobile by the Lagnappe.

  7. 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.