Sir Robert Peel


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Noun1.Sir Robert Peel - British politician (1788-1850)Sir Robert Peel - British politician (1788-1850)  
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The statue was of Sir Robert Peel, former Prime Minister of a different age.
Among the guests were serving and retired police officers from Tamworth, West Midlands and Staffordshire, along with Robin Thorne, a great great grandson of Sir Robert Peel.
1850: Sir Robert Peel, Tory prime minister (twice) and founder of the police force, died in London after a riding accident.
| This feature includes information from Norman Gash's magnificent twovolume life of Sir Robert Peel - Mr Secretary Peel (1961) and Sir Robert Peel (1972) - the standard work on the great statesman.
ON the bright Saturday morning of June 29, 1850, Sir Robert Peel arose from his bed after a short night's sleep and prepared to attend an important meeting scheduled for 11am.
On this day, i.e., 26th September 1829 the London police force was created by an act introduced in Parliament by Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel. This new force superseded the old system of watchmen.
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A spokesperson said: "In 2015, when we last held breast screening in Tamworth, the service was hosted by Sir Robert Peel Hospital.
She's just one of several true-life figures who pop up, like poet William Blake (Steven Berkoff) and Sir Robert Peel (Tom Ward from Silent Witness).
But writing in The Daily Telegraph, Mr Rees-Mogg warned the PM that backsliding could result in splitting the party like Sir Robert Peel, who plunged it into the political wilderness for nearly three decades following bitter divisions over trade reforms.
He insisted he was "confident" Mrs May would deliver the Brexit she had promised, but warned the PM that backsliding could result in splitting the party like Sir Robert Peel, who plunged it into the political wilderness for nearly three decades following bitter divisions over trade reforms.
The former commissioner of the New York Police Department, who was almost placed in charge of the Met police in 2011, says Scotland Yard needs to return to the values of his hero Sir Robert Peel.