Clement Attlee

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British statesman and leader of the Labour Party who instituted the welfare state in Britain (1883-1967)

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Two of Hemisphere s waterflood pilots are within the Atlee Buffalo Upper Mannville F pool, which has a current recovery factor of only 5% of its estimated 23 MMbbl of original oil in place.
The Atlee era heralded in the National Health Service when people like my mum for the first time in their lives didn't have to pay for medical advice when consulting their local doctor or a surgeon.
Robert | Shellard, whose body was found in Atlee Park, Bedlington, on Tuesday
If the reports are to be believed, the Atlee film or the Suseenthiran film might commence after the completion of Murugadoss and Chimbu Devan projects.
After WW2 we had a Labour government under Clement Atlee who didn't believe in risking services, utilities and essential industries in the hands of the private sector.
Your readers will be glad to know that Lord Atlee needn't have sacrificed his trip to the second city.
Tom Atlee - The Eugene writer will read from and sign copies of his latest book, "Empowering Public Wisdom: A Practical Vision of Citizen-Led Politics (Manifesto)" Tsunami Books, 2585 Willamette St.
But Government spokesman Earl Atlee said that wouldn't work if "insurance had been cancelled for nonpayment of premiums.
A jury at Cardiff Crown Court unanimously cleared Caerphilly men Karl Drummond, 37, of Atlee Court, George Glover, 40, of Graham Court, and Shahid Rafiq, 37, of Bryn yr Ysgol, of conspiracy to rob 24-year-old street dealer Tony Singh during an organised drug deal in November 2010.
Even the celebrated Atlee government used a piece of wartime legislation called Emergency Order 1305 to outlaw strike action after the Second World War had finished.
Labour's Clement Atlee secured a whopping 393 seats compared to Winston Churchill's 197.
Submitted by Elinor M Roberts of Traeth Arian, Benllech Above, former Prime Minster Clement Atlee, then Labour leader of the opposition, addresses a meeting at Rhyl Pavilion in April 1952.
Rather than the narrow-minded, reactionary, jingoistic and selfish tendencies that Thatcherism championed, and rather than the hoity-toity notions of prim and proper Britain in all its repressed formalities or even the martial excellence of Britain in war and colonial conquest, it is however the Atlee governmentAAEs introduction of the welfare state, which for me truly puts the great in Great Britain.
Ramsay MacDonald, Clement Atlee, Harold Wilson, James Callaghan' 4.
Britain's end-of-war Prime Minister Clement Atlee was keen to give up on the insistence that Japan's Emperor Hirohito be treated as a war criminal if it meant hostilities in the Far East would come to a quicker end in August 1945, according to papers released Sunday.