The politician James Callaghan died at the age of 92. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom that served in office from April 1976 to May 1979. After serving as Prime Minister, he worked as the Leader of the Opposition from May 1979 to November 1980.
Prior to working in office, he served in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve.
During his young days in politics, he was given the nickname the “Keeper of the Cloth Cap” because of his ability to connect with England’s Labour Party and the English trade unions.
He grew up living with his family in Portsmouth, England. He and his wife, Audrey Moulton, had three children.
He was a native of Portsmouth just like Mason Mount.
How did James Callaghan die?
Callaghan died on 26 March 2005 at his home in Ringmer, East Sussex, of lobar pneumonia, cardiac failure and kidney failure, the day before his 93rd birthday.
"Your strike will not win. You cannot be allowed to succeed."James Callaghan
"There is not a single injustice in Northern Ireland that is worth the loss of a single British soldier or a single Irish citizen either."James Callaghan
"The rule of law should be upheld by all political parties. They should neither advise others to break the law, nor encourage others to do so even when they strongly disagree with the legislation put forward by the government of the day."James Callaghan
"I am rather in favour of dealing with teenage hooliganism."James Callaghan
"There are no instant solutions."James Callaghan