In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Rising crime statistics convinced him that legal reform should be accompanied by improved methods of crime prevention.
Back to 6 The author is grateful to Dr Saunders for his review and does not wish to comment further. Peel had already come to the conviction that the Corn Laws would have to be abolished sooner or later.
Ireland; currency and banking; the Home Office; the Conservative party; and the reform of the tariff. The money raised was more than expected and allowed for the removal and reduction of over 1, tariffs on imports including the controversial sugar duties.
Queen Mary University of London Citation: He was "a doer, happiest when putting ideas into action". He helped the public and the political class to think about policing, educating the "customers", as they would be called today.
Arthur Wellesley Peel 3 August — 24 October Faced with severe opposition from the king and the Anglican churchWellington persuaded Peel in to remain in office and assist in carrying through the policy of concession to the Catholics on which they now both agreed.
In he carried through the Metropolitan Police Actwhich set up the first disciplined police force for the Greater London area. There he made his reputation as a skilled and incorruptible administrator, and, at the end of his Irish secretaryship, he was marked out for early promotion.
Nevertheless, a majority of his party voted against him, and a smaller number joined the opposition to bring about his defeat and resignation later the same month. Again quoting Young, Hurd observes: The main events of his life are sufficiently familiar that Jenkins can plunge quickly into analysis without devoting a lot of words to narrative.
This colleague saw the police service as a "working job hijacked by intellectuals". His policy aimed at peace and security abroad, a reduction in the cost of living for the working classes, and encouragement to trade and industry.
To say that a project is difficult, however, is no argument against making the attempt. Thousands gathered outside the house of this austere, efficient man who despised sentimentality, this committed, concerned pragmatist who needed facts and figures. Parliament was dissolved in December and a general election called.
What is fascinating is how Peel thought and what people thought of him. Good biographies rarely come as short as this. Nevertheless, a majority of his party voted against him, and a smaller number joined the opposition to bring about his defeat and resignation later the same month.
It is, however, much harder to access. Lord Mahon and E.
Breaking down the Conservative vote by location, size of constituency, and occupation of supporters, Jenkins shows that the Conservative party derived its parliamentary majority primarily from county seats and small boroughs.
This is a challenging project and two reservations might be registered at the outset. But, when Lord John Russell failed to form a free-trade ministry in DecemberPeel returned to office.
They were no longer enforced but were a matter of humiliation. She remarried to Charles Brandling on 12 September They had seven children. That concern with the judgement of posterity – and Peel’s anxiety to shape its deliberations – forms the keynote of Richard Gaunt’s new study: Sir Robert Peel: the Life and Legacy.
As Gaunt makes clear at the outset, his book is not ‘a new cradle-to-grave biography’. Aug 03, · Sir Robert Peel Statue. 39 Reviews #13 of 37 things to do in Tamworth.
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Sir Robert Peel, in full Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, (born February 5,Bury, Lancashire, England—died July 2,London), British prime minister (–35, –46) and founder of the Conservative Party. Peel was responsible for the repeal () of the Corn Laws that had restricted.
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