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''In' Group'

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''In' Group'

by Patrick Lichfield
archival inkjet print, July 1967
12 in. x 14 3/8 in. (305 mm x 365 mm)
Given by Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield, 2003 in conjunction with the exhibition 'Lichfield: the early years 1962-1982'
Photographs Collection
NPG x128493

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Martin Farr

22 June 2020, 15:50

A group of public figures supporting Britain's going 'In' to the EEC/Common Market, occasioned by the government's May 1967 application to join. It was the second application, albeit by different governments; it would be a third government, in which Maudling would be Home Secretary, that would succeed, six years later.


10 June 2016, 11:07

None of the sitters have been identified:
They are (those with occupation and dates are those not represented in the online catalogue)
Standing: left to right: Anne Veronica (née Coke), Baroness Glenconner; Graham Hill; Sir Charles Clore; Mario Cassandro, restaurateur, 1920-2011; Henry Frederick Thynne, 6th Marquess of Bath; Cecil Beaton; Eduardo Paolozzi; William Hill, bookmaker, 1903-1971, ; David Harrington Angus Douglas, 12th Marquess of Queensberry; Anthony Burgess; Ronnie Corbett; John Mortimer; Osbert Lancaster
Seated: left to right: Robert Wright Stopford; Dame Joan Plowright; David Mlinaric; Sir Alfred Jules Ayer; Sir (Henry) Roy Forbes Harrod; Reginald Maudling; Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller

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