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Labour MP from 1936-1970. Trade union leader and the first ever Welsh Secretary in 1964. As Minister for National Insurance he introduced the Family Allowances Act. Along with Bevan, he was one of the chief architects of the NHS.

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  • Article Name: James Griffiths
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  • Description: James Griffiths History Labour MP from 1936-1970. Trade union leader and the first ever Welsh Secretary in 1964. As [...]

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