Nixon talks with Edward Heath.
Edward Heath receives Charlemagne Award in Aachen, Western Germany.
Harold Wilson and Edward Heath ascend steps.
Edward Heath visits Stornoway and Harris tweed factory. Outer Hebrides.
Edward Heath is elected leader of the Conservative Party. London.
Edward Heath attends a catering exhibition in London.
Edward Heath receives Charlemagne prize from the Mayor of Aachen.
Conservative Ministers Harold Macmillan and Edward Heath in Rome.
Shots of new Prime Minister Edward Heath outside number 10 Downing Street, London.
Edward Heath & Chancellor Adenauer in garden of villa with Lake Como in background.
Edward Heath meeting Indian state officials & President Shastri leaving for Tashkent.
Prince Charles, Harold Wilson and Edward Heath leave for memorial service in Australia.
Edward Heath looks at antiques including chess pieces and emeralds set in the shape of a cross.
Edward Heath takes a holiday in Nice, and Harold Wilson and family go to the Isles of Scilly.
Report from the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool.
Conservative Party Conference at Brighton - Ted Heath gives first speech as leader.
Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt with Harold Wilson at Downing Street, London.
Russian Prime Minister Kosygin arrives to Guildhall.
Item showing delegates signing Test Ban Agreement in the Kremlin, Moscow. Russia.
Royalty, politicians and UN high commissioners attend service at Westminster Abbey.
Delegates at Test Ban Agreement in Moscow, and Conservative Rally at Chilham Castle.
Russian Premier Kosygin at dinner in 10 Downing Street, London.
Chancellor of West Germany arrives in London for Common Market talks.
The Conservative Party Conference takes place in Blackpool. Lancashire.
King and Queen of Belgium with Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon at Guildhall.
Queen and Prince Philip attend the 20th anniversary of Council of Europe ceremony.
Premier of India, Mr Lal Shastri, dies in Tashkent after agreement with Pakistan.
Ted Heath visits Irving Parachute Factory.
Conservative Party conference and challenge for leadership
Harold Wilson declares Unilateral Declaration of Independence in Rhodesia illegal.
Item celebrating 50 years of progress through Labour Exchanges. London.
State opening of the Parliament - Technicolor.
US President Nixon arrives in England to visit Harold Wilson, Ted Heath and the Queen.