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by Brian Brivati

Author: Brian Brivati
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Politicos Pub (October 1, 2000)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Politics
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John Smith was a British Labour Party politician who served as Leader of the Labour Party from July 1992 until his sudden death from a heart attack in May 1994

John Smith was a British Labour Party politician who served as Leader of the Labour Party from July 1992 until his sudden death from a heart attack in May 1994. He first entered parliament in 1970 and was the Secretary of State for Trade from 1978–1979 and then the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer under Neil K Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.

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Dr Brian Brivati is professor of contemporary history at Kingston .

Dr Brian Brivati is professor of contemporary history at Kingston University and runs the human rights programmes at BA and MA level. He has published extensive work on contemporary British politics with an emphasis on the political history of the British Labour party.

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John Smith (Dalmally, Escocia, 13 de septiembre de 1938 - 12 de mayo de 1994 ), político escocés, miembro del Partido . Brian Brivati, ed. (2000). Politico's Publishing. ISBN 978-1-902301-62-4.

John Smith (Dalmally, Escocia, 13 de septiembre de 1938 - 12 de mayo de 1994 ), político escocés, miembro del Partido Laborista británico; fue parlamentario desde 1970 y líder de la oposición desde 1992 hasta su súbita muerte de un infarto de miocardio en 1994; fue sucedido por una temporada por Margaret Beckett y luego por Tony Blair. McSmith, Andy (1994). John Smith: A Life 1938-1994. ISBN 978-0-7493-9675-6. Brown, Gordon; James Naughtie, (1994). John Smith, Life and Soul of the Party.

In the same speech, Smith also attacked the Conservatives' broken election promises (in particular Lamont's recent Budget decision to impose .

In the same speech, Smith also attacked the Conservatives' broken election promises (in particular Lamont's recent Budget decision to impose VAT on domestic energy bills) – claiming he possessed the last copy of a 1992 policy document "to escape the Central Office shredder". He also performed very well in the motion of confidence debate in the Conservative government in July 1993.

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The sudden death of the British Labour Party leader John Smith in 1994 stunned the world of politics.

The sudden death of the British Labour Party leader John Smith in 1994 stunned the world of politics. If he had lived, he would have undoubtedly become Prime Minister instead of Tony Blair. His influence lives on in this collection of speeches and the book will serve as a lasting remembrance of a politician much admired and loved on both sides of the House of Commons.

The sudden death of the British Labour Party leader John Smith in 1994 stunned the world of politics. If he had lived, he would have undoubtedly become Prime Minister instead of Tony Blair. His influence lives on in this collection of speeches and the book will serve as a lasting remembrance of a politician much admired and loved on both sides of the House of Commons.