Campbell-Bannerman


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Campbell-Bannerman

Sir Henry. 1836--1908, British statesman and leader of the Liberal Party (1899--1908); prime minister (1905--08), who granted self-government to the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony
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A website, Ukip Home - 'set up by supporters of 'rivals' Nigel Farrage and David Campbell-Bannerman basically to trash me', says Mr Suchorzewski - casts dispersions on his record.
The Liberal Party won the General Election against the Conservatives and Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (pictured) became Prime Minister.
The one story he leaves out about Campbell-Bannerman shows how far things have changed.
The new Labour MP increased his majority in the 2001 election when he saw off the challenge from Tory David Campbell-Bannerman.
Henry Campbell-Bannerman is elected Prime Minister after a landslide victory against the Tories.
17) Kimberley, letter to Henry Campbell-Bannerman, 28 November 1900, Campbell-Bannerman Papers Add.
Grey, 1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon, was the Liberal statesman who served as Foreign secretary from 1905 to 1916 under sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and then Herbert asquith.
1906 In the Liberal Cabinet of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman he is President of the Board of Trade.
Ym mis Rhagfyr 1905 penododd y Prif Weinidog Rhyddfrydol, Syr Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Lloyd George fel Llywydd y Bwrdd Masnach.
Who Succeeded Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman as Prime Minister of Great Britain in 1908?
And Henry Campbell-Bannerman, born in Glasgow in 1836, was Liberal PM from 1905-8.
Prime Minister Balfour resigned and Henry Campbell-Bannerman invited to form a government.