Charles James Fox, 1749-1806, was one of the leading orators of his generation, easily able to hold his own against other such talents and opponents such as the Tory Prime Minister William Pitt the Younger. … Read the full post »
Charles James Fox was a Whig leader during the 18th and early 19th centuries.
Danny Alexander may be the main name on Why Vote Liberal Democrat?, but he is the editor – and the book is a collection of twenty-six short essays plus a foreword from Nick Clegg. … Read the full post »
The repeal of Poynings’ Law in 1782 brought about a short-lived period of real devolved power for the Irish Parliament that lasted until the 1801 Act of Union … Read the full post »
Long-time opposition leader Charles James Fox never had much political success but his legacy is an important one for modern Liberal Democrats. … Read the full post »
Charles James Fox (1749 – 1806) was leader of the Whigs during the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century. … Read the full post »