235 Butler later wrote in The Art of Memory that "every word" of Macleod's Spectator article "was true".
Jago 2015,.,.,.,.54 a b name"Matthew 2004, p200" Butler 1971,.
Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Volume.Butler's mother was the daughter of George Smith who was Principal of the Doveton Boys College in Calcutta.36 187 Butler gave a very successful speech at the Conservative Conference in 1959.46 In summer 1926, he resigned his residential fellowship to go on a honeymoon tour of the world, becoming instead a supernumerary fellow.Jago 2015, p413-5 "No.184 Just before Butler departed for the Victoria Falls Conference in July 1963, John Morrison, still Chairman of the 1922 Committee, told him bluntly to his face: "The chaps won't have you".161 Butler was seen as disloyal because he aired his doubts freely in private while he was supporting the government in public, and he later admitted that he should have resigned.He thought it better to present the Catholic Church with a fait accompli.Although backbench MPs were then paid less than today in real terms, Cabinet ministers were paid more than now.269 In an obvious dig at Home, he said in retirement "I may never have known much about fishing or flower-arranging, but one thing I did know was how to govern the people of this country".The main provisions were drafted by senior civil servants based on ideas that had been in circulation for years.The same year, he was awarded a life peerage as Baron Butler of Saffron Walden, sitting as a cross-bench peer in the House of Lords.A b c Campbell 2009,.34 Foreign Office Minister edit Appeasement, Anschluss and Munich edit In February 1938, Butler was appointed Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in the reshuffle caused by the resignation of Anthony neutrogena bon de reduction Eden as Foreign Secretary and Lord Cranborne as Under-Secretary.
The Fleming Commission, assembled by Butler, recommended in July 1944 that a quarter of public school places be given to scholarships.
Early political career edit Main article: Political career of Rab Butler: Member of Parliament edit In his autobiography, The Art of the Possible, Butler attributed his political gifts to his grandmother Mary Kendall of Pelyn, Lostwithiel, Cornwall.