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  • Dundee, United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jun 9, 1909
    Winston Churchill

    Liberals stood him in the safe seat of Dundee

    Dundee, United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jun 9, 1909

    On 9 May, the Liberals stood him in the safe seat of Dundee, where he won comfortably.




  • England, United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jun 9, 1937
    Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

    Brownie in the 1st Buckingham Palace Brownie Pack

    England, United Kingdom
    Wednesday Jun 9, 1937

    Margaret was a Brownie in the 1st Buckingham Palace Brownie Pack, formed in 1937. She was also a Girl Guide and later a Sea Ranger.




  • London, England, United Kingdom
    Sunday Jun 9, 1940
    Charles de Gaulle

    De Gaulle flew to London and met British Prime Minister Winston Churchill

    London, England, United Kingdom
    Sunday Jun 9, 1940

    On 9 June, De Gaulle flew to London and met British Prime Minister Winston Churchill for the first time. It was thought that half a million men could be evacuated to French North Africa, provided the British and French navies and air forces coordinated their efforts.




  • Sedgefield, England
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983
    Tony Blair

    1983 General Election

    Sedgefield, England
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983

    At the age of thirty, he was elected as MP for Sedgefield in 1983; despite the party's landslide defeat at the general election.




  • London, England
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983
    Margaret Thatcher

    Thatcher re-elected for a second successive term

    London, England
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983

    The "Falklands factor", an economic recovery beginning early in 1982, and a bitterly divided opposition all contributed to Thatcher's second election victory in 1983.




  • United Kingdom
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983
    Brexit

    The 1983 general election

    United Kingdom
    Thursday Jun 9, 1983

    The Labour Party campaigned in the 1983 general election on a commitment to withdraw from the EC without a referendum.




  • London, UK
    Wednesday Jun 9, 2010
    Michael Ballack

    Chelsea FC announced that Ballack would leave Chelsea on a Free Transfer

    London, UK
    Wednesday Jun 9, 2010

    On 9 June 2010, it was announced that Ballack, along with teammates Joe Cole and Juliano Belletti, would leave Chelsea on a free transfer after his contract was not renewed. It was reported that while manager Carlo Ancelotti wanted to retain Ballack, club owner Roman Abramovich was only willing to offer a one-year deal due to Ballack's age.


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