10 Downing Street Address

    downing street
  • the British government
  • Used allusively for the British government or the Prime Minister
  • a street of Westminster in London; "the Prime Minister lives at No. 10 Downing Street"
  • A street in Westminster, London, between Whitehall and St. James's Park. No. 10 is the official residence of the Prime Minister; No. 11 is the official home of the Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • Downing Street is the street in London, England, United Kingdom, which for over two hundred years has contained the official residences of two of the most senior British cabinet ministers: the First Lord of the Treasury, an office held by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the Second
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  • A binary number that identifies a particular location in a data storage system or computer memory
  • speak to; "He addressed the crowd outside the window"
  • The place itself
  • the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with
  • The particulars of the place where someone lives or an organization is situated
  • (computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored
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  • ten: the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system
  • A gramophone record, commonly known as a phonograph record (in American English), vinyl record (when made of polyvinyl chloride), or simply record, is an analog sound storage medium consisting of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove.
  • ten: being one more than nine
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LONDON: West end of Downing Street, No. 10 & Foreign Office; old print 1926
LONDON: West end of Downing Street, No. 10 & Foreign Office; old print 1926
Antique Print: LONDON: West end of Downing Street, No. 10 & Foreign Office. Caption below print: 'West end of Downing Street, "No. 10" and a Glimpse of the Foreign office'. Type: Vintage photographic book illustration Date of printing: 1926. Size: 21.0 x 17.0cm, 8.25 x 6.5 inches (Medium), 367 sq cm. Artist, cartographer or engraver: Engraved by McLeish. Condition: Good; suitable for framing. Please check the scan for any blemishes prior to making your purchase. Verso: There are images and/or text printed on the reverse side of the picture. In some cases this may be visible on the picture itself (please check the scan prior to your purchase) or around the margin of the picture. Provenance: "Wonderful London"; Edited by St. John Adcock; Published by The Educational Book Co. Ltd, London. Please note that virtually all antique and vintage maps and prints have been extracted from books, atlases or newspapers.. Subject categories: London Towns Buildings.

Cleethorpes - Bathing Pool
Cleethorpes - Bathing Pool
A photograph of people enjoying themselves on a Valentines postcard which was sent to an address in Holbrook Way, Bromley on the 22nd. August 1939, 12 days before Neville Chamberlain's portentous radio announcement that Great Britain was now at war with Germany. At 11.15 am on the 3rd. September 1939 he stated the following: "I am speaking to you from the Cabinet Room at 10, Downing Street. This morning the British Ambassador in Berlin handed the German Government a final note stating that unless we heard from them by 11am that they were prepared at once to withdraw their troops from Poland, a state of war would exist between us. I have to tell you that no such undertaking has been received, and that consequently this country is at war with Germany". Cleethorpes Bathing Pool, which opened in 1928, was one of the largest in the country, with dimensions of 200 feet by 400 feet, and a capacity of 2 million gallons. Sadly it closed in 1981. Sign of the times.
Downing Street, London, UK
Downing Street, London, UK
Downing Street is the street in London, England, which for over two hundred years has contained the official residences of two of the most senior British cabinet ministers: the First Lord of the Treasury, an office held by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and the Second Lord of the Treasury, an office held by the Chancellor of the Exchequer. The most famous address in Downing Street is 10 Downing Street, the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury—and thus, in modern times, the residence of the Prime Minister, since the two roles have usually been filled by the same person (exclusively so since 1902). As a result of this, Downing Street or Number 10 is often used as a metonym for the Prime Minister or his or her office, while Number 11 is likewise a term for the Chancellor of the Exchequer or his or her office. -- Wikipedia
10 downing street address
Downing Street Years
This first volume of Margaret Thatcher's memoirs, which encompasses the whole of her time as Prime Minister. Margaret Thatcher is the towering figure of late-twentieth-century British politics. No other prime minister of modern times has sought to change Britain and its place in the world as radically as she did. This is the story of her remarkable life in her own words. This first volume of her memoirs is a riveting first-hand portrait of the events and personalities of her eleven years in power. She recalls the triumphs and the critical moments of her premiership - the Falklands War, the miners' strike, the Brighton bomb, the Westland Affair and her unprecedented three election victories. Her judgements of the men and women she encountered, whether world statesmen or Cabinet colleagues, are astonishingly frank. She is lavish with praise where it is due; devastating with criticism when it is not. The book reaches a gripping climax with an hour-by-hour description from inside 10 Downing Street of her dramatic final days in office. Margaret Thatcher's compelling account stands as a powerful testament to her extraordinary legacy.