THE DAILY ECHO does what Cher longed to do - and turns back time. This week we take a look back at pictures taken by local photographers twenty years ago.

These images were snapped in November 1988, the same month as these events took place:

November 2

Victor Miller was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of 14-year-old Stuart Gough in Worcestershire earlier in the year. Miller abducted, assaulted and killed the boy while he worked his newspaper round. He was arrested by police for an unconnected assault and this prompted him to confess to the murder of Stuart.

November 7

British rapper, singer and songwriter Tinie Tempah was born in Plumstead, London. Born as Patrick Chukwuemeka Okogwu, he went on to win two Brit Awards at the 2011 ceremony.

This picture was taken during a competition at Pizza Hut in Eastleigh

November 9

In an attempt to crack down on football hooliganism, Margaret Thatcher unveiled plans for a new identity card scheme. This led to the Football Spectators Act of 1989 which made ID cards compulsory but was abandoned later in the year.

This image shows Southampton Schoolboys football team

November 30

Former Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson unveiled a bronze statue of fellow former Labour Prime Minister Clement Attlee outside Limehouse Library in London.

Click on the link above to see a selection of photographs taken in November 1988.