Bonar Law


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Bonar Law

(ˈbɒnə lɔː)
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(Biography) See Law1
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Even though Boris has spent four decades of his life working in and around the British political establshment, before ascending to the UK's top job, he is still very much an unconventional politician Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson -- to give him his full name -- was born in New York City (he is the second British prime minister born abroad; the first was Conservative Bonar Law, who was born in Canada in 1858 and served as PM from October 1922 until May 1923).
The days of a Bonar Law representing Glasgow Central or Alex Douglas-Home Kinross and West Perthshire but ensconced in 10 Downing Street are long gone and never to return.
Nationally, the election which took place on November 15 that year saw the Conservative Andrew Bonar Law installed as Prime Minister.
"Mr Bonar Law has announced in the House of Commons that the airraid directed against the British hospitals at Etaples caused 300 casualties among the patients under treatment there; no doubt the bombing and machine-gun attack was equally effective against the medical and nursing staff.
Every War Bond bought this week will show Germany to what extent we are in earnest.' - Mr Bonar Law's message to Manchester.
The Conservative premier, Bonar Law, was ill and was replaced by Stanley Baldwin who felt he needed a mandate for Tariff Reform, which is uncannily similar to Brexit.
Janette Bonar Law's piece was part of the Any Frontier Any Hemisphere display set up in response to the global refugee crisis.
When he died in 1923, his obituary in The Motor Cycle and Cycle Trader stated: "Mr McLean was one of the pioneers of the motor cycle and car trades, winning the first motor cycle race in Scotland on a Werner front-driven machine which was the property of the brother of the present Prime Minister, Mr Bonar Law.
Much emphasis is placed on Colonial Secretary Andrew Bonar Law's directives--found in Law's personal papers--issued in October and December 1915, but Winegard unconvincingly equates this single instance of British interest in mobilizing indigenous peoples in all British Dominions and colonies with a long-term imperial Aboriginal recruitment strategy.
UK wartime Prime Minister Herbert Asquith lost a son, while future Prime Minister Andrew Bonar Law lost two.
Another essay reminds readers that the seventeenth Earl served as war secretary under Prime Ministers David Lloyd George, Bonar Law, and Stanley Baldwin and also as British ambassador to France.