English judge and jurist (1865–1948) who specialised in commercial and banking law.
Act of Parliament making it easier for local authorities to clear slums, and obliging them to rehome the tenants of such areas.
Redirected to brick tax.
Feudal form of inheritance tax that persisted until 1922.
Act of parliament to prohibit burials in the metropolis of London.
Slogan used in a long-running campaign against duties o newspapers, their advertising content and the paper they were printed on.
Redirected to Inland Revenue Act 1880.
An Act of the Parliament of Great Britain to prohibit the formation of new joint-stock companies unless approved by royal charter.
Act of parliament of England and Wales to increase the horror of being executed for murder by expediting the process and denying the right to a decent burial.
Act of Parliament passed in 1642 allowing parliament to appoint military commanders without the king’s approval.