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Labour MP, appointed Minister of Health in Ramsay Macdonald’s 1929 Labour Government. In 1935 became Deputy Leader under Attlee, and served in the wartime coalition government.

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  • Article Name: Arthur Greenwood
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Arthur Greenwood History Labour MP, appointed Minister of Health in Ramsay Macdonald's 1929 Labour Government. In 1935 [...]

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