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John Sankey in United Kingdom

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Labour politician and eminent lawyer. Chair of the Sankey Commission, 1919, that recommended nationalisation of coal mines, although its proposals were side-stepped by Lloyd George. Became Lord Chancellor in Ramsay MacDonald’s Labour and National governments.

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  • Article Name: John Sankey
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Sir John Sankey History Labour politician and eminent lawyer. Chair of the Sankey Commission, 1919, that recommended [...]

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