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Labour politician who was Minister of Economic Warfare and President of the Board of Trade in the wartime coalition government. He became Chancellor in Attlee’s 1945 government, nationalised the Bank of England in 1946 but was implicated in a budget leak to a journalist in 1947 and resigned.

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