After winning only twenty - one percent of all parliamentary seats in London from 1859 until 1880 , the Conservatives claimed seventy - five percent between 1885 and 1900. In the elections of 1886 , 1895 , and 1900 , indeed , the Tories ...
Author: Robert F. Haggard
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Examines the question of where to locate the ideological break between "classical liberalism" and the underlying principles of the modern Welfare State.
The London Central Branch, with 28,000 members, was the union's largest branch and held a number of agreements with employers' ... The LCB was only seeking further representation which would give them half of London's NEC seats.
Author: Peter Bain
Category: Political Science
With full access to the union's records, John Gennard and Peter Bain have produced a wide-ranging history of SOGAT up to its merger with the National Graphical Association in 1991. In addition to presenting a thorough study of the union, this book provides a valuable insight into the paper and printing industries during a period of great change as well as examining some of the most momentous events in recent British industrial relations history.
Public Halls - Library , seats 800 ; Park , NEWBURYPORT , semi - capital of Essex Co. , A port seats 800 : Academy of ... Situated on the Thames River , three miles from NEW LONDON , County seat of New London Co. , the Beaver River ...
If the Royal Colleges decline the six seats offered to them , these six seats and four LONDON : SATURDAY , JULY 18 , 1891 . additional ones are to be given to the schools should they accept the proposal , and this arrangement would ...
GLYNDEBOURNE, Elizabethan manor house on Sussex downs 60 miles from London, where John L. Christie built a 600-seat opera house (stage bigger than auditorium). Rudolph Bing (now at the Metropolitan, New York) was one time administrator.
Author: Old House Books
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Illustrated by Osbert Lancaster, according to the Guardian 'one of the great English comic artists of the twentieth century', this is an unmissable treasure for lovers of London and of design. Arranged by hour of the day, it guides the reader around 1950s London, from morning walk to evening visit to a Turkish bath and late-night taxi home, including many stately homes and restaurants.
Wiest Wycombe bouse , Buckinghamshire ; THE SEAT OF SIR JOHN DASHWOOD KING , BART . ... Charles , the second Earl of Carnarvon sold the Manor and Estate of West Wycombe , to Thomas Lewes , Esq . , alderman of London , Nov. 17 , 1670.
Fifty - four Seat Bus for London Capacity Raised from Thirty - four to Fifty - four Seats by London General Omnibus Company Within Three Years , with But 2 Ft . Increase in Over - All Length and 16 per Cent Increase in Weight " HE years ...
W. CLARK'S THOMAS'S Silver Medal GARDEN SEATS . ... With Box under Seat for Storing TENNIS , CROQUET , BOWLS , & c . ... from all Ironmongers in the United Kingdom , and from the Patentee , W. CLARK , 232 , Oxford Street , LONDON .
Within this, however, London is seen to have strong linkages to cities in North America and Asia. Among these strong linkages, the LondonNew York route exceeds 6,000 seats per day. On the other hand, Asia as a whole has only weak ...
Author: Won Bae Kim
Publisher: The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press
Against the background of accelerating globalization and growing economic interdependence in Northeast Asia over the past two decades, including the recent global economic crisis, this book sets out to examine the status and prospect of cross-border cooperation. It has synthesized diverse strands of discussion and different country perspectives to highlight the challenges and opportunities of collaborative regional development in Northeast Asia. Distinct from previous studies, this book attempts to capture international, national, and local viewpoints in regional development. Practical experience across countries has been analyzed and consolidated to form the basis of a policy agenda for cross-border cooperation. Combining an intimate knowledge of the region and different disciplinary perspectives, this book offers a wealth of information, statistical and illustrative materials, and analyses across topics and countries of the region. Editors include Won Bae Kim, Research Advisor of the Gyeonggi Research Institute and former Senior Fellow at the Korean Research Institute for Human Settlements, Yue-man Yeung, Emeritus Professor of Geography and Honorary Fellow of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Sang- Chuel Choe, former Chairman of the Presidential Committee on Regional Development in South Korea and Professor Emeritus of Seoul National University.