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Who am I?
ANSWER: NYE BEVAN I was known as the ‘architect of the NHS’
Who am I? ANSWER: MANNY SHINWELL The Conservatives said people shivered with me
Who am I? ANSWER: ANTHONY EDEN I was Prime Minister (for a little while). I launched the disastrous Suez campaign
Who am I? ANSWER: STAFFORD CRIPPS I will be remembered for being an austerity chancellor
Who am I? ANSWER: R A BUTLER I had a 1944 Education act named after me
Who am I? ANSWER: CLEMENT ATTLEE I was the Prime Minister who launched the post war consensus. I was PM from
Who am I? ANSWER: HUGH GAITSKELL Butskellism was named after Butler and me. I was also the Labour opposition leader. But who am I?
Who am I? ANSWER: HAROLD MACMILLAN I was known as Supermac and a grouse moor Tory. I also said that people had ‘never had it so good’
Who am I? ANSWER: JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES I managed to negotiate loans from the US to Britain. I was a famous economist
I gave the Gestapo speech. I am a famous war leader. When I was PM for the second time I was more of a consensus politician Who am I? ANSWER: WINSTON CHURCHILL
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