5 edition of Cabinet reform in Britain, 1914-1963. found in the catalog.
Cabinet reform in Britain, 1914-1963.
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Although the allocation of mandates by the League of Nations was still unconfirmed, Britain and the dominions had added to their island possessions in the Pacific, acquired very large areas in Africa, and extended their hold over Egypt to a large part of the eastern Mediterranean littoral and to the valley of the Tigris and : Max Beloff.
Hans Daalder has shown that prior to that period governments and most ministers evinced little interest in reorganisations; Cabinet Reform in Britain – (Stanford University Press, ), ff.
It seems that in the ’s the interest of political leadership also dropped. Richard Crossman's Diaries of a Cabinet Minister (published in three volumes, ) give a detailed and vivid account of the life of a Cabinet minister and the inner workings of the Whitehall machine and of Harold Wilson's Labour government in the s - coloured, however, by Crossman's own strong personality and by: 6.Under prime ministers Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (–) and H.
H. Asquith (–), the Liberal Party passed the welfare reforms that created a basic British welfare gh Asquith was the party's leader, its dominant figure was David Lloyd h was overwhelmed by the wartime role of coalition prime minister and Lloyd Merged into: Liberal Democrats.The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the importance of a concept in William Henry Beveridge’s () economic thought.
The concept is the Economic General Staff, which is an advisory body to the Cabinet. The Staff, consisting of a few, permanent civil servants, includes professional economists.