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William Ewart Gladstone - Chancellor of The Exchequer (1859–1866)
... Bill to abolish duties on paper narrowly passed Commons but was rejected by the House of Lords ... and disestablishment of the Anglican Church in Ireland had alienated him from his constituents in his Oxford University seat, and he lost it in the 1865 general election ... Russell Gladstone (now the senior Liberal in the House of Commons) attempted to pass a reform bill, which was defeated in the House of Commons because of the ...
Virgin Money - Corporate Affairs - Acquisitions - Church House Trust
... On 8 January 2010 Virgin Money announced the acquisition of Church House Trust Plc for £12.3 million, giving Virgin a small foothold in the UK banking market ... Although Church House Trust had no branches, it provided Virgin with a banking licence ... a potential intellectual property issue between Virgin (Church House Trust) and a small IFA based in Guildford, Surrey with a similar name, Churchouse Financial Planning ...

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    Janet Malcolm (b. 1934)

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