Comment: Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, November 2, 2016

Are you to blame for your child's mental health issues?

Comment: Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, November 2016

Today we've heard that the Syrian army is resuming military operations in Aleppo after a reported rebel infringement of the fragile ceasefire. So far, there have been countless lives lost in the embattled Syrian city. Yesterday the former chancellor of the exchequer, and now backbencher, George Osborne told the commons that he takes 'personal responsibility' for the atrocities in Aleppo.  Speaking at an emergency debate in the House of Commons, the Conservative MP said:

If you're appalled by what's going on in Aleppo here are six ways you can help

24th May 1862:  First journey on the London Underground:  “One of several pre-opening trial trips on the Metropolitan Railway, at Edgware Road. The then Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon William Gladstone and his wife, and John Fowler the engineer are among the invited party aboard Smith & Knight’s open wagons. This was a special trial trip in a contractor’s train on the first section of the Metropolitan Railway”  - London Transport Museum

48 Unexpected Views Of Famous Historic Moments: The first ever underground train journey, Edgware Road Station, London, 1862

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond leaves 11 Downing Street to deliver his budget speech | Hollywood.com

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond leaves 11 Downing Street to deliver his budget speech | Hollywood.com

ER - Chancellor of the Exchequer

ER - Chancellor of the Exchequer

President of the Board of Trade Winston Churchill (L) with Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George (R) - London - 1909

President of the Board of Trade Winston Churchill (L) with Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George (R) - London - 1909

George Osborne seen in Waitrose buying fava beans and a nice Chianti -- Following news reports of comments made by Old Screw Eyes, former chancellor of the Exchequer, serial job hoarder and moneybags George Osborne, it appears that he is for once actually following up a statement he has made by acting on it. Which would be quite encouraging of it wasn’t so... --  -- https://rochdaleherald.co.uk/2017/09/14/george-osborne-seen-waitrose-chianti/

George Osborne seen in Waitrose buying fava beans and a nice Chianti -- Following news reports of comments made by Old Screw Eyes, former chancellor of the Exchequer, serial job hoarder and moneybags George Osborne, it appears that he is for once actually following up a statement he has made by acting on it. Which would be quite encouraging of it wasn’t so... -- -- https://rochdaleherald.co.uk/2017/09/14/george-osborne-seen-waitrose-chianti/

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne listens during the first day of the Conservative Party annual conference in Manchester...  he wants to end "a something for nothing" culture....   Mmmm wil this include people inheriting stuff they haven't worked for mr Millionaire?

UK finance minister to court voters with 'tough love' welfare rules

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - British finance minister George Osborne will propose tougher new welfare rules on Monday to try to win over working voters who are grappling with depleted spending power

Sir Walter Mildmay who founded Cambridge's Emmanuel College in 1584 where Protestant preachers would receive a good education and training. He was also a Privy Councillor during Elizabeth I's reign, and chancellor of the Exchequer from 1566 until his death in 1589.

Sir Walter Mildmay Great Grand Uncle) Chancellor of the Exchequer for Queen Elizabeth and founder of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (L) smiles a she talks to British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond (R) as they attend a Service of Commemoration and Drumhead Service on Horse Guards Parade in central London on March 9, 2017, which honours the service and duty of both the UK Armed Forces and civilians in the Gulf region, Iraq and Afghanistan, and those who supported them back home, from 1990-2015.After the Drumhead Service, The Queen will officially unveil The Iraq and…

Mar Catherine talks to British Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond as they attend a Service of Commemoration for military or civilians deployed to Iraq & Afghanistan, and those who supported them at home.

"Sir Lawrence, Chancellor of the Exchequer to James I who died in 1628, lies in state with his wife. He was reviled locally for his high-handed interference in local affairs, and had a reputation for greed and corrupt practices in office. For two centuries after his death, Burford residents gleefully burned an effigy of Lord Tanfield each year.   His wife commandeered St Catherine’s Chapel for the memorial, after being refused permission for a tomb in Westminster Abbey. Their painted pra...

"Sir Lawrence, Chancellor of the Exchequer to James I who died in 1628, lies in state with his wife. He was reviled locally for his high-handed interference in local affairs, and had a reputation for greed and corrupt practices in office. For two centuries after his death, Burford residents gleefully burned an effigy of Lord Tanfield each year. His wife commandeered St Catherine’s Chapel for the memorial, after being refused permission for a tomb in Westminster Abbey. Their painted pra...

TOWNSHEND'S FOLLY: Had Chancellor of the Exchequer Charles Townshend, depicted in a portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds, wanted to provoke the American colonies into rebellion, he could not have devised a better scheme than his Revenue Act of 1767.

Charles Townshend created the town shed acts. The Townshend required that the colonists quarter and provide supplies for British troops or there assembly would be suspended. The other acts taxed glass, paper, paint, lead, and tea.

British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond today.

Davos 2017: Hammond fires Brexit warning; Kissinger says Trump must help rebuild world order - as it happened

UK chancellor tells WEF that Britain will reinvent itself if it has to, as Davos ends with comments from veteran diplomat Henry Kissinger

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