The evolving role of Prime Minister
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about how the role of prime minister evolved in its first one-and-a-half centuries
It is 300 years ago this month that Robert Walpole became prime minister of Great Britain. In this edition of Black’s History Week, Walpole’s biographer, Professor Jeremy Black, talks to The Critic‘s political editor, Graham Stewart, about how the role of prime minister evolved in its first one-and-a-half centuries.
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