They include Prime Minister Clement Attlee
, Chancellor of the Exchequer Hugh Dalton, General Secretary of the Labour Party Morgan Phillips and Aneurin Bevan, Secretary of State for Health and founder of the National Health Service.
Given the amount of controversy engendered by his legacy, there is ample room for a political biography of Clement Attlee
which challenges the prevailing view, defends the man and his administrations, and offers a convincing explanation as to how and why this modest individual was able to lead his party through three decades and reach the helm of Britain's first majority labour government.
He told them he was proud to follow in the footsteps of Keir Hardie, Clement Attlee
and Barbara Castle, who all attended the gala.
As such, I think I've only picked up two or three over the years: Muhammed Ali, Steve Bull and Clement Attlee
. It's too complicated to explain this.
JEWISH terrorists planned to assassinate cabinet ministers in Clement Attlee
Previous Labour PMs James Callaghan, Harold Wilson and Clement Attlee
accepted peerages in the House of Lords but last week Mr Blair made it clear he wouldn't accept one.
Freeview 19 TODAY: FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2018 Today's events On this day 72 YEARS AGO (1945) 5) We hailed Labour's election landslide under Clement Attlee
and told how his wife drove him to the Palace to accept the King's invitation to form a government.
But Mr Hamilton insisted that at 67 he was younger than Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan and Clement Attlee
in their political prime and said the jibe would annoy Ukip's elderly backers.
The great party of Aneurin Bevan and Clement Attlee
will probably become totally irrelevant leaving a Conservative government in ponzer for the foreseeable future.
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; 9 Robert the Bruce; 10 Canada.
FORMER Pontypridd MP Kim Howells, who worked for the NUM during the Miners' Strike, said: "She was probably the most remarkable politician of the post-war years - I guess with Clement Attlee
The Labour Government led by Clement Attlee
took failing industries which were essential to the British economy into public ownership.