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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Campbell-Bannerman had been an opponent of women's suffrage.
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.
Notable events that happened in 1906, the year that Muriel Watson was born, include: February: The Liberal Party under Henry Campbell-Bannerman swept to victory in the General Election.
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.
Brown, who follows Bonar Law, Campbell-Bannerman, Ramsay MacDonald, Harold Macmillan, Sir Alec Douglas- Home and Tony Blair into No.
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.
He was a pacifist, often writing about peace, and had been the personal secretary to Henry Campbell-Bannerman, the Liberal Prime Minister, from 1905-08.
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.