Twentieth-Century British Political Facts, 1900-2000

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Springer, Apr 30, 2016 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 584 pages
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Twentieth-Century British Political Facts is the definitive record of the who, the what and the when of British political history in the 1900s, providing reliable information which could not otherwise be found without many hours of digging in a library. Refined and updated since the seventh edition, this unique work has become as standard reference book for scholars, journalists, politicians, civil servants, students and all readers with an interest in political history.
 

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Contents

I MINISTRIES
1
II PARTIES
135
Ill PARLIAMENT
185
IV ELECTIONS
232
V POLITICAL ALLUSIONS
283
VI CIVIL SERVICE
301
VII ROYAL COMMISSIONS COMMITTEES OF INQUIRY AND TRIBUNALS
315
VIII JUSTICE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
329
XIV BRITISH ISLES
457
XV LOCAL GOVERNMENT
473
XVI THE COMMONWEALTH
487
XVII INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
501
XVIII BRITAIN AND EUROPE
507
XIX ARMED FORCES
517
XX THE PRESS
527
XXI BROADCASTING AUTHORITIES
543

IX SOCIAL CONDITIONS
347
X EMPLOYMENT AND TRADE UNIONS
376
XI THE ECONOMY
403
XII THE PUBLIC SECTOR
429
XIII ROYALTY
451
XXII RELIGION
557
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
565
INDEX
571
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David Butler is a Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford. Gareth Butler is Producer with BBC News and Current Affairs.

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