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Synonyms for Disraeli

British statesman who as Prime Minister bought controlling interest in the Suez Canal and made Queen Victoria the empress of India (1804-1881)

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Macdonald was in London in the late summer of 1879 and was invited by Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield) to visit him at Hughenden Manor, his country estate some 50 kilometres west of London.
The novel as a form was helpful to Disraeli because the bedrock of its readership was the recently-enfranchised middle classes and thus Disraeli was able to get his political vision across to the public, something he achieved, O'Kell argues, with the first novel in his Young England trilogy, Coningsby (1844), which promotes an alternative Conservatism to that practiced by Robert Peel's Conservative government of 1841-46.
David Disraeli, the president says, "The credit suite insures that the business is set up correctly with the state and the IRS then provides access to lenders who report to one of the three major business credit reporting agencies.
I suggest that Benjamin Disraeli might like to consider running for Parliament again.
To borrow a turn of phrase, we were led by Disraeli, our predecessors knew Disraeli, Disraeli's beliefs were Conservative through and through, and, Ed Miliband, you are no Disraeli.
ORROWING a phrase from Benjamin Disraeli is always going to look like a move to tempt Tory voters, but Ed Miliband's 'One Nation' speech to his party conference won acclaim on all fronts yesterday.
The Labour leader borrowed a political philosophy from the Tories, one that stretches back to 19th century prime minister Benjamin Disraeli and was adopted by later senior Tory figures including Edward Heath.
The first is the book's only Jewish philosemite: Benjamin Disraeli.
British Prime Ministers and Democracy: From Disraeli to Blair.
WE published a photograph of the milk being delivered by horse and cart in Disraeli Street in the Cannon Street area of Middlesbrough in 1956 in the April edition of Remember When.
Disraeli may be every liberal's favorite conservative, but his great rival, William Ewart Gladstone, is an orphan: too much the classical liberal for today's Left, too anti-imperialist for the contemporary Right.
Finding the Tory Party too narrow to contain both Disraeli and himself, he joined the Liberals.
By citing the statement of British politician Benjamin Disraeli, who, 200 years ago said that there are three types of lies, "Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics", Doncev says that Macedonian statistics can show that Macedonia has achieved a growth of 1.
As the Victorian PM Benjamin Disraeli said: "There are lies, damned lies.
Whatever the reasons for that and why the great English constitutional historian Walter Bagehot described the Grand Old Man of 19th-century politics and four times Prime Minister of Great Britain as "Oxford on the surface and Liverpool underneath", and his opponent Benjamin Disraeli accused him of not possessing a single redeeming defect, the basic incontrovertible fact is that Walter Ewart Gladstone, fourth son of plantation owner John, was born in 62, Rodney Street, 200 years ago this week.