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  1. 31 de oct. de 2022 · Mon Oct 31 2022 - 00:04 Sir, – Ronan McGreevy describes as “a notorious act of sedition” Andrew Bonar Law’s declaration in his Blenheim Palace speech of 1912 that he could “imagine no length of...

  2. Bonar Law, in full Andrew Bonar Law, (born September 16, 1858, Kingston, New Brunswick, Canada—died October 30, 1923, London, England), prime minister of Great Britain from October 23, 1922, to May 20, 1923, the first holder of that office to come from a British overseas possession.

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    Andrew Bonar Law ( / ˈbɒnər ˈlɔː /; [1] 16 September 1858 – 30 October 1923) was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from October 1922 to May 1923. Law was born in the British colony of New Brunswick (now a Canadian province). He was of Scottish and Ulster Scots descent and moved to Scotland in 1870.

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  4. 21 de jul. de 2021 · Bonar Law had lost his 2 eldest sons in the war and his health deteriorated. To recover he resigned as Leader of the House and leader of his party. At the time many leading Conservatives were so ...

  5. Bonar Law was a much more capable and tenacious leader than most previous accounts have suggested. He had inherited a very unfavourable position with the party badly demoralised and frustrated: few members had greeted his selection as leader with enthusiasm, and both Long and Chamberlain were hopeful of replacing him in the near future.