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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My grandfather lived through the reigns of political giants such as David Lloyd George, Stanley Baldwin, Winston Churchill and Clem Attlee.
For which party was Stanley Baldwin prime minister?
My third candidate for person of the week is Sir Stanley Baldwin.
Students of the college included two future Prime Ministers in Neville Chamberlain and Stanley Baldwin.
This hospital, opened in 1930 by Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, specialized in looking after women with cancer and other illnesses.
com CAMPAIGNERS have set up their own company in a bid to secure a statue of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin in the centre of Bewdley.
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.
A cottage neighbouring the house that once belonged to former Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin is up for sale through Andrew Grant.
Edward held his final meetings with the prime minister Stanley Baldwin and signed the Instrument of Abdication, witnessed by his brothers, at the fort.
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.
A month before, the crisis was coming to a head when the new king, who was yet to be crowned, informed Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin that he intended to marry his mistress, American divorcee Wallis Simpson.
A month before, the crisis was coming to a head when the new king, who was yet to be crowned, informed PM Stanley Baldwin that he intended to marry his mistress, American divorcee Wallis Simpson.