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Noun1.Arthur James Balfour - English statesmanArthur James Balfour - English statesman; member of the Conservative Party (1848-1930)
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On November 2, 1917, UKs then Foreign Minister Arthur Balfour promised Palestine, a country over which Britain had no legal right, to the Jewish people.
The 1917 Balfour Declaration was a letter from the UK's then-foreign secretary Arthur Balfour to the Zionist movement in Britain.
Martin was understood to be living in an apartment in Whittingehame House, the birthplace of former prime minister Arthur Balfour.
Lloyd-George and Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour, grateful to Weizmann, consequently supported his Zionist aspirations.
Perhaps the greatest of these is a sense of perspective, and the growing realisation that the Tory Prime Minister Arthur Balfour was right when he declared that "Nothing matters very much and few things matter at all.
A Benjamin Disraeli B William Gladstone C David Lloyd George D Arthur Balfour All puzzles in this supplement are supplied by Sirius Media Services.
In aletter to the Prime Minister by Lord Arthur Balfour dated 19thFebruary [1919LB] he states:
The crucial role that it played in bringing working men and non-conformists together to support a Conservative-dominated alliance was ignored, firstly by Lord Salisbury and then, most seriously, by the new Prime Minister, Arthur Balfour, in the 1902 Education Act.
Arthur Balfour was Foreign Secretary in The Government.
In April 1905, two Scots – Alexander "Sang" Ritchie and teammate Robert Stephen – teed off against Prime Minister Arthur Balfour and Eric Hambro, member for Wimbledon, at Royal St George's in Sandwich, Kent, scoring a resounding 2–0 victory.
In 1891, Arthur Balfour, the Chief Secretary of the Irish government established the Congested Districts Board (CDB) in order to encourage development in eight western counties.