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Q: What title was adopted by ... ? A:
William Maxwell (Max) Aitken (newspaper proprietor) Click to show or hide the answer
H. H. Asquith Click to show or hide the answer
Francis Bacon (English philosopher, statesman, etc., 1561–1626) 1618 Click to show or hide the answer
1621 Click to show or hide the answer
Stanley Baldwin Click to show or hide the answer
Jesse Boot Click to show or hide the answer
Melvyn Bragg Click to show or hide the answer
John Buchan Click to show or hide the answer
James Callaghan Click to show or hide the answer
General John Churchill (1702) Click to show or hide the answer
Benjamin Disraeli Click to show or hide the answer
Sir Anthony Eden Click to show or hide the answer
Admiral John Jervis Click to show or hide the answer
Neil Kinnock (after the original name of his Westminster constituency) Click to show or hide the answer
Harold Macmillan Click to show or hide the answer
William Morris Click to show or hide the answer
Laurence Olivier Click to show or hide the answer
William Pitt the Elder Click to show or hide the answer
George Thomas Click to show or hide the answer
William Thomson (physicist who developed the first and second laws of dynamics) Click to show or hide the answer
Norman Tebbitt Click to show or hide the answer
Margaret Thatcher Click to show or hide the answer
Sir Hugh Trevor–Roper (historian) Click to show or hide the answer
Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley Click to show or hide the answer
Marcia Williams (private secretary 1956–64, political secretary 1964–76, to Harold Wilson; awarded a peerage 1974) Click to show or hide the answer
Shirley Williams Click to show or hide the answer
Harold Wilson Click to show or hide the answer
Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (Viceroy of India 1925-31, Foreign Secretary 1938-40) Click to show or hide the answer

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