Politics 1951-64

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- Making of Modern Britain (1951-64) Mind Map on Politics 1951-64, created by Miranda Daniel on 12/09/2015.
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Politics 1951-64
1 Prime Ministers
1.1 1951Churchill
1.1.1 1951 Election Results
1.1.1.1 295 Labour
1.1.1.1.1 48.8%
1.1.1.2 321 Conservative seats
1.1.1.2.1 48.0% (GPTP)
1.2 1955- Eden
1.2.1 1955 Election Results
1.2.1.1 345 Conservatives seats
1.2.1.1.1 49.7%
1.2.1.2 277 Labour seats
1.2.1.2.1 46.4% of votes
1.3 1956 Macmillan
1.3.1 1963 Resigned
1.3.2 1959 Election Results
1.3.2.1 365 Conservative Seats
1.3.2.1.1 48.8%
1.3.2.2 258 Labour seats
1.3.2.2.1 44.6%
2 Proflies
2.1 Churchill
2.1.1 War PM
2.1.2 51-55
2.2 Eden
2.2.1 Churchill's War Foreign Secretary
2.2.2 Acting PM 51-55
2.2.3 PM 55-57
2.3 Butler
2.3.1 Best PM never had
2.3.2 1944 Education Act
2.3.3 Chancellor 51-55
2.4 Macmillan
2.4.1 Churchill's Military Liaison Officer (War)
2.4.2 Churchill's housing minister
2.4.3 Foreign Secretary for Eden
2.4.4 57-63 Prime Minister
3 Definitions
3.1 Post-war Consensus
3.1.1 Mixed economy: state involvement and private enterprise
3.1.2 NHS & Welfare state
3.1.3 Full Employment
3.2 One Nation Conservatives
3.2.1 All classes have obligation to one another; responsibility for better-off to ensure well being of worse- off
4 Domestic Policies
4.1 1951- Promise 300,000 homes P/A
4.2 1944- Butler Act (tripartite school system)
4.3 1956- Clean Air act
4.4 1957- Homicide act
4.5 1957- Wolfenden Commission suggested gay= ok
4.6 Housing and Factory acts
5 Labour Divisions
5.1 Bevan
5.1.1 Atlee's minister of health
5.1.2 NHS architect
5.1.3 Resigned '51- Prescription fees
5.2 Gaitskell
5.2.1 Chancellor of Exchequer 1950-51
5.2.2 Introduced prescription charges
5.2.3 Labour leader '55
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