Definition of Wilson, Harold in English:

Wilson, Harold

Line breaks: Har¦old Wil¦son
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪls(ə)n
 
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Baron Wilson of Rievaulx ( 1916–95), British Labour statesman, Prime Minister 1964–70 and 1974-6; full name James Harold Wilson. In both terms of office he faced severe economic problems. His government introduced a number of social reforms, including comprehensive schooling, and renegotiated Britain’s terms of entry into the European Economic Community, which was confirmed after a referendum in 1975.

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