Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative 1963 to 1964 Sir Alec Douglas-Home Born 2 July 1903, London Died 9 October 1995, Berwickshire Dates in office 1963 to 1964 Political party Conservative Sir Alec Douglas-Home only served as Prime Minister for 363 days but he oversaw the abolition of resale price maintenance and took a tough stance in dealing with the trade unions.

Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative 1963 to 1964 Sir Alec Douglas-Home Born 2 July 1903, London Died 9 October 1995, Berwickshire Dates in office 1963 to 1964 Political party Conservative Sir Alec Douglas-Home only served as Prime Minister for 363 days but he oversaw the abolition of resale price maintenance and took a tough stance in dealing with the trade unions.

The Right Honourable Sir Alec Douglas-Home KT Earl of Home until 1963 MP for Kinross and Western Perthshire from 1963 (1903–1995) PM 1963-4

The Right Honourable Sir Alec Douglas-Home KT Earl of Home until 1963 MP for Kinross and Western Perthshire from 1963 (1903–1995) PM 1963-4

Home of Prime Minister Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home.  Member of the House of Lords who gave up his peerage and went into the House of Commons.  Not sure if he is our "Douglas" family.  Pinned to check.

Home of Prime Minister Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home. Member of the House of Lords who gave up his peerage and went into the House of Commons. Not sure if he is our "Douglas" family. Pinned to check.

At Eton, young man in cricket whites at the wicket  cousin Prime Minister Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home.

At Eton, young man in cricket whites at the wicket cousin Prime Minister Alexander "Alec" Frederick Douglas-Home.

Alec Douglas-Home, Lord Dunglass MP, leaves church with his bride Elizabeth Alington in 1936.

Alec Douglas-Home, Lord Dunglass MP, leaves church with his bride Elizabeth Alington in 1936.

Alec Douglas Home

Alec Douglas Home

Kings Square, York 1964 General Election with Alec Douglas Home

Kings Square, York 1964 General Election with Alec Douglas Home

SIR ALEC DOUGLAS-HOME (1903 - 1995) New Club Edinburgh | Oil on canvas | 1977

SIR ALEC DOUGLAS-HOME (1903 - 1995) New Club Edinburgh | Oil on canvas | 1977

New Statesman, April 1965. (Cover cartoon of Sir Alec Douglas Home and Harold Wilson by Vicky)

New Statesman, April 1965. (Cover cartoon of Sir Alec Douglas Home and Harold Wilson by Vicky)

LONDON - England - On July 13, 1971, Uganda's President, General Idi Amin, lunched with Queen Elizabeth in London before meeting Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas Home.

LONDON - England - On July 13, 1971, Uganda's President, General Idi Amin, lunched with Queen Elizabeth in London before meeting Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas Home.

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