Conservative Party Conference Cheltenham 1990

Conservative Conference Cheltenham 1990, three officers guard the entrance to The Queens Hotel. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6053)
Photograph from Wayne Freeth-Selway
Visit of Prime Minister Right Honourable Margaret Thatcher Member of Parliament to Cheltenham for Conservative Party conference 30/31 March 1990. This was accompanied by an anti-Poll Tax Demonstration (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528)
Armed police on roof tops Imperial Square during the visit of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to Cheltenham for Conservative Party conference 30/31 March 1990. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528-8)
Police deployment during Visit of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to Cheltenham for Conservative Party conference 30/31 March 1990. Accompanied by Anti-Poll Tax Demonstration. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528-11)
Police deployment during Visit of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to Cheltenham for Conservative Party conference 30/31 March 1990. Accompanied by Anti-Poll Tax Demonstration. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528-10)
Police deployment during Visit of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher to Cheltenham for Conservative Party conference 30/31 March 1990. Accompanied by Anti-Poll Tax Demonstration. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528-9)
Conservative Conference Cheltenham 1990 - temporary Closed Circuit Television control room established in Cheltenham Town Hall (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6055)
Photograph from Wayne Freeth-Selway
Conservative Conference Cheltenham 1990 - Police Technical Support Team in the temporary control room at Cheltenham Town Hall . (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6058)
Photograph from Wayne Freeth-Selway
Conservative Conference Cheltenham 1990. General view of control room , Cheltenham Town Hall. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 6057)
Photograph from Wayne Freeth-Selway
Chief Superintendent Kenneth Daun being interviewed (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 528-7)
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