What big events happened in 1983?
List of 1983 significant News Events in History
- United States invades Grenada.
- President Ronald Reagan proposes the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI).
- The video game Mario Bros.
- The US deploys Cruise Missiles in Europe at the Greenham Common Air Force Base in England.
Who was in power in the UK in 2014?
Thousands of homes are also left without electricity. Prime Minister David Cameron announces that an extra £100 million will be spent on dealing with the aftermath of the floods that have hit the UK.
What happened in London in 1984?
15 April – The comedian Tommy Cooper, 63, collapses and dies on stage from a heart attack during a live televised show, Live from Her Majesty’s. 17 April – WPC Yvonne Fletcher is shot and killed by a secluded gunman during a siege outside the Libyan Embassy in London in the event known as the 1984 Libyan Embassy Siege.
What major events happened in the 1980’s UK?
Brit History: Ten Most Important Events in British History of the…
- 1981 – Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.
- 1982 – Falklands War.
- 1983 – Thatcher Wins Landslide.
- 1984 – Miners’ Strike.
- 1985 – Live Aid.
- 1986 – Major Industries Privatized.
- 1987 – Thatcher Wins Third General Election for Conservatives.
What was happening in November 1983?
November 11 – Ronald Reagan becomes the first U.S. president to address the National Diet, Japan’s national legislature. November 13 – The first United States cruise missiles arrive at RAF Greenham Common in England amid protests from peace campaigners.
Who was in power in 2009 UK?
Gordon Brown (2007–10)
What happened in the UK in 1986?
12 July – Rioting breaks out at Portadown in Northern Ireland between Protestants and Catholics. 17 July – It is announced that unemployment rose to 3,220,400 in June. It has now exceeded 3 million for nearly five years. 23 July – Prince Andrew, Duke of York, marries Sarah Ferguson at Westminster Abbey in London.
What happened in the year 1986 UK?
45 people are killed in the 1986 British International Helicopters Chinook crash. Chancellor Nigel Lawson announces a £4.6 billion rise in public spending. Alex Ferguson is appointed manager of Manchester United football club following the dismissal of Ron Atkinson after more than five years in charge.
How many seasons of 1983 will there be?
1983 (TV series)
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