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The Earl of Derby

Robert Blake traces the career of Edward Geoffrey Stanley, a low-profile leader who nevertheless became British Prime Minister three times: firstly in 1852; then from 1858-59; and lastly from 1866-68.

Robert Woodall describes how twenty-nine years of public controversy preceded the political emancipation of British Jews.

R. E. Foster examines the reputation and political stature of a three-times prime minister.