By Kenneth O. Morgan
Chapter 1 international and Defence coverage (pages 1–18): Christopher Coker
Chapter 2 The structure, Goverment and Parliament (pages 19–39): Simon James
Chapter three The Political events (pages 10–58): Alan Sked
Chapter four From Commonwealth to eu Integration (pages 59–108): Jonathan Hollowell
Chapter five Scotland: Cultural Base and financial Catalysts (pages 109–125): James Mitchell
Chapter 6 Wales because 1945 (pages 126–140): Kenneth O. Morgan
Chapter 7 Northern eire given that 1945 (pages 141–160): Henry Patterson
Chapter eight The Currents of Political proposal (pages 161–178): Roger Eatwell
Chapter nine The Civil provider (pages 179–193): Keith Dowding
Chapter 10 neighborhood executive (pages 195–210): Nirmala Rao
Chapter eleven The Media (pages 211–237): Michael Bromley
Chapter 12 Social tendencies, constructions, Values and behavior (pages 239–259): Arthur Marwick
Chapter thirteen lady and Social swap, 1945–1995 (pages 260–278): Jane Lewis
Chapter 14 Cultural switch (pages 279–295): Jim McGuigan
Chapter 15 schooling because 1945 (pages 296–312): Anthony Heath
Chapter sixteen Race relatives (pages 313–331): Shamit Saggar
Chapter 17 health and wellbeing and wellbeing and fitness Care (pages 332–346): Ray Fitzpatrick, Rebecca Surender and Taranie Chandola
Chapter 18 technological know-how and knowledge Technoloav (pages 347–364): Jon Agar
Chapter 19 strain teams (pages 365–379): Wyn Grant
Chapter 20 fiscal coverage (pages 381–403): Stephen Broadberry
Chapter 21 Employement of the Labour marketplace (pages 404–424): Duncan Gallie
Chapter 22 commercial and Labour family members (pages 425–441): Chris Wrigley
Chapter 23 The Welfare kingdom because 1945 (pages 442–460): Helen Vawcett
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Perhaps the most significant aspect was the cut in manpower levels. The armed forces were reduced to a size that had not been seen since 1938. The army was reduced to a little over 100,000 men (small enough to fit into Wembley Stadium); the navy was cut back to just over thirty ships; the air force was substantially reduced. By the end of the 1990s the British were spending on defence, in per capita terms, only three times more than the nation spent on the National Lottery, or about what it spent on package holidays in the sun.
The armed forces were reduced to a size that had not been seen since 1938. The army was reduced to a little over 100,000 men (small enough to fit into Wembley Stadium); the navy was cut back to just over thirty ships; the air force was substantially reduced. By the end of the 1990s the British were spending on defence, in per capita terms, only three times more than the nation spent on the National Lottery, or about what it spent on package holidays in the sun. The consequences of this reduction in force strengths, the largest since the 1920s, came home in the Kosovo War in 1999.
Macmillan now seized the initiative and life peers were introduced by an Act of 1958, opposed by Labour on the prescient grounds that it would undermine more radical plans for Lords reform. As a postlude, in 1963 the Labour MP Anthony Wedgwood-Benn (later to restyle himself Tony Benn) persuaded Parliament to allow peers not to take up their seats in the Lords (he wished to disclaim the unwelcome peerage inherited from his father which had forced him out of the Commons). This change was soon used by two senior Conservatives, Lord Hailsham and Lord Home, to transfer to the Commons.
Britain Since 1945 by Kenneth O. Morgan