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Image caption Lord Howe's resignation speech helped to end the leadership of Margaret Thatcher. A wolf in sheep's clothing - Geoffrey Howe was mild mannered and modest with a steely conviction. During his time as an MP, Lord Howe also served as Mrs Thatcher's foreign secretary, deputy prime minister and leader of the House of Commons. But BBC political correspondent Robin Brant said his resignation as deputy prime minister - shortly after Mrs Thatcher declared that the UK would never join a single currency project - had been a "devastating blow" to her premiership. In the end he was unwilling to let Margaret Thatcher ride roughshod over him.
Geoffrey Howe, (Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon), Welsh-born British politician (born De. This article was originally published in the Britannica Book of the Year, an annual print publication that provides an overview of the year’s most-notable people and events.
Geoffrey Howe, (Richard Edward Geoffrey Howe, Baron Howe of Aberavon), Welsh-born British politician (born Dec. 20, 1926, Port Talbot, Wales-died Oct. 9, 2015, Idlicote, Warwickshire, En., precipitated the downfall of Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher when on No. Unlike most articles on Britannica. Rather, they are presented on the site as archival content, intended for historical reference only.
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Geoffrey Howse (born Sheffield 1955) is a British actor and author. The son of Herbert and Doreen Howse, he grew up at Ebenezer Place in the village of Elsecar situated about nine miles north of Sheffield equidistant between Rotherham and Barnsley, in the middle of the great estate surrounding historic Wentworth Woodhouse. Geoffrey's acting career was overshadowed by his involvement in theatrical production and thanks to Barrie Stacey he 'cut his teeth' booking many well known acts of the 1970s and 80's, such as Frankie Vaughan, Semprini, The Bachelors, Frankie Howerd, Bob Monkhouse and Don MacLean.
Geoffrey Howse is an actor, author and historian. He is an avid author of local history books and has become well-known for his writing and his books on Yorkshire subjects, which include A Century of Sheffield, Images of Sheffield, and The Little Book of Yorkshire. Country of Publication.
Geoffrey Howse is the author of numerous books, including "Sheffield In Old Photographs" and "A. .For me, the most interesting and the most redolent of atmosphere is that of the aerial view of Sheffield from the south taken from a balloon in the early years of the twentieth century
Geoffrey Howse is the author of numerous books, including "Sheffield In Old Photographs" and "A Century of Sheffield. For me, the most interesting and the most redolent of atmosphere is that of the aerial view of Sheffield from the south taken from a balloon in the early years of the twentieth century. There is not much detail to see because of the smoke! I also enjoyed the photograph of the scissor department around 1902 at the Suffolk Works of Thomas Turner & Co, where characters look at the camera as if the viewer has just walked into the room.