Stanley Baldwin

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Noun1.Stanley Baldwin - English statesmanStanley Baldwin - English statesman; member of the Conservative Party (1867-1947)
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On Tuesday 27 April 1937 the memorial was unveiled by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin in front of a distinguished company of friends and admirers of Viscount Grey.
Stanley Baldwin became Britain's new Prime Minister 4.
Stanley Baldwin, left, served under three monarchs, but banned Edward VIII from making an impassioned radio broadcast appealing for public support in 1936 in the hopes of marrying American divorcee Wallis Simpson and still retaining his throne.
Stanley Baldwin sensibly said: "I would rather trust a woman's instinct than a man's reason," and Clare Short added: "Most of us like men, you know.
With public-school prime minister Stanley Baldwin thrown out of office and Ramsay Macdonald's first Labour government in, change is in the air.
A cottage neighbouring the house that once belonged to former Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin is up for sale through Andrew Grant.
The British government initially refused to accept the child refugees - with Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin claiming the "climate wouldn't suit them.
Tory Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin famously failed to meet the marchers and, although the House of Common grudgingly accepted the petition, they were sent packing with each of them receiving the PS1 train fare back to the North.
Edward held his final meetings with the prime minister Stanley Baldwin and signed the Instrument of Abdication, witnessed by his brothers, at the fort.
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The anonymous donor is believed to have left his gift in response to a call from the then prime minister, Stanley Baldwin, who wrote a letter to the Financial Times appealing for contributions to help pay off the national debt.
Also at the event was the then Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, making history by having two famous residents of 10 Downing Street in London at the National Eisteddfod.