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Chancellors of the exchequer (1559-2012)

44 To Henry Boyle, Chancellor Of The Exchequer

CROPPER, Peter John (born 1927), Special Adviser: to Chief Secretary to the Treasury, 1979–82; to Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1984–88

OSBORNE, George (Gideon Oliver) (born 1971), PC 2010; MP (C) Tatton, since 2001; Chancellor of the Exchequer, since 2010; First Secretary of State, since 2015

MACLEOD, Iain Norman (1913 - 1970), PC 1952; MP (C) Enfield West since 1950; Chancellor of the Exchequer since June 1970

CRIPPS, (Richard) Stafford (1889 - 1952), QC 1927; JP; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1947–50; MP (Lab.) East Bristol, 1931–50, Sth-East Bristol, February-October 1950

WOOD, Kingsley (1881 - 1943), Chancellor of the Exchequer since May 1940; MP (U) Woolwich West since Dec. 1918; introduced Early Closing Bill, 1920, Summer Time Bill and Allotments Bill, 1924; Member of the Departmental Committee on Tuberculosis amongst Discharged Soldiers and Sailors

Keynes, John Maynard (1883 - 1946), leader of British Delegation which negotiated the American Loan in Washington, Sept.–Dec. 1945, and Feb. 1946 was appointed a Governor of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Fellow and Bursar of King’s College, Cambridge; Fellow of Eton College; a Director of the Bank of England; a Trustee of the National Gallery; Chairman of Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts; High Steward Borough of Cambridge since 1943; President, Royal Economic Society; Member of Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Consultative Council; Chairman, Arts Theatre of Cambridge; Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold

 

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The finance minister of the UK. The title goes back to the reign of Henry III of England in the thirteenth century.

Subjects: Economics.


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