A Keir Hardie B Arthur Henderson
C George Lansbury D Ramsay MacDonald 5.
A Arthur Henderson
B Stanley Baldwin C Ramsay MacDonald D Clement Attlee 3.
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was the first Labour cabinet minister, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1934 and served three separate terms as leader of the Labour Party.
If Mr Corbyn, right, did somehow scrape past that target he would only have narrowly exceeded the shortest Labour leader ever, excluding interims, Arthur Henderson
whose third term in the 1930s lasted just 420 days.
His four successors – Arthur Henderson
, George Nicoll Barnes, William Adamson and Ramsay MacDonald (who is a hate figure in Labour history for forming a National Government with the Tories) – were all Scottish–born.
BORN in Anderston, Glasgow, in 1863, Henderson was a Labour politician and served three terms as leader of the party.
Thieves took the peace medal, originally conferred upon local politician Arthur Henderson
, from the Lord Mayor of Newcastle's official residence during a [pounds sterling]150,000 raid in April, in which several precious civic heirlooms were taken.
Even Ramsay Macdonald and Arthur Henderson
in Britain were 'Mensheviks', destined to share the same fate as their Russian archetype (p128).
She later fell in love with Arthur Henderson
, a joiner, who "was even better looking and had a wicked sense of humour".
"I wonder if investors are going to worry that they paid too much for this given how little accretion they expect in 2011," said Arthur Henderson
, an analyst at Jefferies & Co.
The man who occupied Arthur Henderson
's position almost a century on has so meagre a knowledge of Labour's history that he seems to think the idea of curbing the trade unions' power over party policy arose, newly-minted, when he became general secretary in 2005.