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Attlee and responded
The British government of Clement Attlee responded to this unilateral move by giving the Northern Unionists a guarantee that they would not be forced into a united Ireland without their agreement.
" The Labour leader Clement Attlee responded in his election broadcast by claiming that what Churchill had said was the " second-hand version of the academic views of an Austrian professor, Friedrich August von Hayek.
Clement Attlee, Leader of the ( Labour ) Opposition responded.

Attlee and next
On 30 November 1988, a bronze statue of Clement Attlee was unveiled by Harold Wilson ( the next Labour prime minister after Attlee ) outside Limehouse Library in his former constituency.

Attlee and day
At his preparatory school, Northaw Place, in 1892 Young took pity on nine-year-old Clement Attlee on the latter's first day at school, offering the newcomer jam from his own pot.
Prime Minister Attlee reported to his Cabinet colleagues the following day that he had discussed relevant Working Party proposals with the Northern Ireland delegation.

Attlee and debate
During a debate on defence a year later Attlee declared " We are told in the White Paper that there is danger against which we have to guard ourselves.
The following year, Major watched his first debate in the House of Commons – Harold Macmillan's only budget – and has attributed his political ambitions to that event, and to a chance meeting with former Prime Minister Clement Attlee on the King's Road.
He attempted to move the debate along but received little support from Churchill ( who was against Indian independence ), nor from Clement Attlee, Churchill's successor as Prime Minister.

Attlee and on
Attlee met Violet Millar on a trip to Italy in 1921.
The decision was later reversed on appeal, but the financial problems caused by the episode almost forced Attlee out of politics.
Due to the time he needed to devote to the commission, and contrary to a promise MacDonald made to Attlee to induce him to serve on the commission, he was not initially offered a ministerial post in the Second Labour Government.
With a general election looming, the Parliamentary Labour Party then appointed Attlee as interim leader, on the understanding that a leadership election would be held after the general election.
Attlee supported Churchill in his continuation of Britain's resistance after the French capitulation in 1940, and proved a loyal ally to Churchill throughout the conflict ; when the war cabinet had voted on whether to negotiate peace terms, Attlee ( along with fellow Labour minister Arthur Greenwood ) voted in favour of fighting, giving Churchill the majority he needed to continue the war.
The results of the election came as a surprise to many, including Attlee, when they were announced on 26 July.
The Attlee Government placed strong emphasis on improving the quality of life in rural areas, benefiting both farmers and other consumers.
One of his main reasons for staying on as leader was to frustrate the leadership ambitions of Herbert Morrison, whom Attlee disliked for political and personal reasons.
Coat of arms of the Earl Attlee | Earls Attlee He retired from the Commons and was elevated to the peerage to take his seat in the House of Lords as Earl Attlee and Viscount Prestwood on 16 December 1955.
Several years after his death, a street on a new housing development in Tividale, West Midlands, was named Attlee Close in his memory.
Attlee was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of Queen Mary College on 15 December 1948.
Broadcast on 15 September 2007, it was written by Robin Glendinning, with Bill Wallis playing Attlee.
Stalin, Churchill, and Truman — as well as Attlee, who participated alongside Churchill while awaiting the outcome of the 1945 general election, and then replaced Churchill as Prime Minister after the Labour Party's victory over the Conservatives — gathered to decide how to administer punishment to the defeated Nazi Germany, which had agreed to unconditional surrender nine weeks earlier, on 8 May ( V-E Day ).
* March 15 – Clement Attlee promises independence to India as soon as they can agree on a constitution.
Under the Constitution of the United Kingdom, the Prime Minister's role has evolved, based often on the individual's personal appeal and strength of character, as contrasted between, for example, Winston Churchill as against Clement Attlee, Margaret Thatcher as against John Major.
Not long after Wilson's retirement, his mental deterioration from Alzheimer's disease began to be apparent, and he did not appear in public after 1988 when he unveiled the Clement Attlee statue at Limehouse Library on 30 November of that year.
Labour won a landslide victory on 26 July 1945 bringing Clement Attlee to power.
The foundation stone was laid by Clement Attlee, then Prime Minister, in 1949 on the site of the former Lion Brewery, built in 1837.
Labour Party leader Clement Attlee held the post in the wartime coalition government led by Winston Churchill, and had general responsibility for domestic affairs, allowing Churchill to concentrate on the war.

Attlee and increased
The Attlee Government also significantly increased pensions and other benefits, with pensions raised to become more of a living income than they had been.
The cumulative impact of the Attlee ’ s Government ’ s health and welfare policies was such that all the indices of health ( such as statistics of school medical or dental officers, or of medical officers of health ) showed signs of improvement, with continual improvements in survival rates for infants and increased life expectancy for the elderly.
Throughout, there is a strong sense of the hardships of the post-war period, including comments on the increased burden of taxation associated with the government of Clement Attlee.

Attlee and speech
The Labour Party Leader Clement Attlee claimed in one political speech in 1937 that the National Government had connived at German rearmament " because of its hatred of Russia.
Arguably his most famous moment came on 2 September 1939 when, acting for an absent Attlee, he was called to respond to Neville Chamberlain's ambivalent speech on whether Britain would aid Poland.
This allowed Trout to announce the news a few seconds before Attlee made the announcement in his radio speech.

Attlee and Soviet
The Attlee government then became instrumental in the creation of the successful NATO defence alliance to protect Western Europe against any Soviet aggression.
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom | British Prime Minister Clement Attlee, President of the United States | U. S. President Harry S. Truman and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference, July 1945. At the Potsdam Conference from July to August 1945, though Germany had surrendered months earlier, instead of withdrawing Soviet forces from Eastern European countries, Stalin had not moved those forces.
Consequently, British Prime Minister Clement Attlee assumed leadership following Winston Churchill, whose Soviet policy since the early 1940s had differed considerably from former U. S. President Roosevelt's, with Churchill believing Stalin to be a " devil "- like tyrant leading a vile system.
In the first few years of the Attlee administration, Tribune became the focus for the Labour left's attempts to persuade Ernest Bevin, the Foreign Secretary, to adopt a " third force " democratic socialist foreign policy, with Europe acting independently from the US and the Soviet Union, most coherently advanced in the pamphlet Keep Left ( which was published by the rival New Statesman ).
After the Second World War the government of Clement Attlee decided to continue the scheme in the face of the Cold War and the perceived Soviet threat, though it grew ever less popular.

Attlee and We
At the Labour Party conference at Southport in 1934, Attlee declared that " We have absolutely abandoned any idea of nationalist loyalty.
In 1938 Attlee opposed the Munich Agreement in which Chamberlain negotiated with Hitler to give Germany the German-speaking parts of Czechoslovakia, the Sudetenland: We all feel relief that war has not come this time.
We switched to London, I don't know what happened, I'm not even sure whether you heard the first words of Prime Minister Attlee or not.
* Philip French & Michael Sissons ( 1963 ) The Age of Austerity Hodder & Stoughton by Oxford University Press | OUP 1986 ( contributed chapter "' We Are the Masters Now '" ( on the Attlee government ) pp. 1 – 20 )

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