Pitt the Younger

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Noun1.Pitt the Younger - English statesman and son of Pitt the Elder (1759-1806)
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1783: William Pitt the Younger became the youngest of Britain's prime ministers - he was 24.
Which former Foreign Secretary has written biographies of both William Pitt the Younger and William Wilberforce?
1783: William Pitt the Younger became the |youngest of Britain's prime ministers - he was 24.
They are William Pitt the Younger, Earl Grey, Robert Peel, William Gladstone, Winston Churchill, Clement Attlee, Harold Wilson and Margaret Thatcher.
The others featured are William Pitt the Younger, who took office aged just 24, William Gladstone, who was PM four times, Labour reformer Harold Wilson and Churchill's successor Clement Attlee.
William Pitt the Younger took us to war with France.
A signed copy of UK Foreign Minister William Hague's award-winning biography of Britain's youngest prime minister William Pitt the Younger and a u50 Amazon voucher are up for grabs to whoever gets the most overseas friends and families to sign-up.
Biographies of their forebears appears to be something of an avocation among Conservative politicians: William Hague, Britain's foreign minister, wrote a well-received study of Burke's Tory rival, William Pitt the Younger, in 2007.
It's not much fun wading through endless stories about Jack Wilshere celebrating his goal for Arsenal by smoking a pipe or debates about whether Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj is better than Lionel Messi, Gareth Bale, Roger Federer, Don Bradman or William Pitt the Younger were at his age.
1806: William Pitt the Younger, twice British prime minister and the youngest ever (first taking office aged 24), died aged 47.
His dad Dr Neil Fernandez says this will make him the youngest Cambridge undergrad since William Pitt the Younger attended the university at the same age in 1773.
By recourse to a wide variety of manuscript sources and by a close re-examination of the wealth of printed material she takes a fresh and detailed look at Lady Hester's early life: her childhood and her role as hostess to her uncle, William Pitt the Younger when he was the King's first minister.