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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'Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman: A Scottish Life' was written by Dr Alexander Waugh, of Banchory, who died in 2017 before it was ready for publication.
Oh wait, I remember a fight with someone about Campbell-Bannerman. Did we do shots?
But Campbell-Bannerman's two roads -- one of free trade, peace and growing equality, one of protection, war and inequality -- were real choices then and remain real choices today.
To achieve this, it was proposed that a "buffer state" be established in Palestine, populated by a strong, foreign presence that would be hostile to its neighbours and friendly to European countries and their interests." (From the Campbell-Bannerman Report, 1907)
Giblet Of 21 PMs since 1900, nine sported moustaches - Balfour, Campbell-Bannerman, Lloyd George, Bonar Law, MacDonald, Chamberlain, Attlee, Eden and Macmillan.
She added: "Last weekend saw the celebrations for Founders' Day in memory of William Hesketh Lever, later Lord Leverhulme, who used his maiden speech to the House of Commons to urge Henry Campbell-Bannerman's government to introduce a national old age pension, such as the one he provided for his workers.
Mr Clark said: "In 2010, Campbell-Bannerman wrote a trenchant criticism of David Cameron and the Conservatives in the UK, accusing them of hypocrisy."
As the author of works on the Edwardians and Campbell-Bannerman, Hattersley is familiar with an important part of Lloyd George's career.
It was the power of the politics of moral and humanitarian feeling, for example the reactions to the Boer War, together with traditional radical concerns, such as free trade, that brought about the Liberal revival under Campbell-Bannerman.
On the day Mrs Garside was born the Liberal Henry Campbell-Bannerman was PM, the first man to be given official use of the title Prime Minister.
John Stuart; George Hamilton-Gordon; William Ewart Gladstone; Arthur Balfour; Henry Campbell-Bannerman; Andrew Bonar Law; Ramsay MacDonald
Brown, who follows Bonar Law, Campbell-Bannerman, Ramsay MacDonald, Harold Macmillan, Sir Alec Douglas- Home and Tony Blair into No.10 as a British premier of Scots descent (not bad for an OPPRESSED small nation) is no normal man.