Lord Melchett. 4th Baronet, aka Peter Robert Henry Mond, Minister of State at the N Ireland Office, during the Labour Party premiership of James Callaghan. April 1977. Wearing his hat as jobs minister he meets young men during a visit to East Belfast. 197704000145LM2<br />
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Lord Melchett. 4th Baronet, aka Peter Robert Henry Mond, Minister of State at the N Ireland Office, during the Labour Party premiership of James Callaghan. April 1977. Wearing his hat as jobs minister he meets young men during a visit to East Belfast. 197704000145LM2

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