Supporters cheer as newly-elected British Prime Minister Clement Attlee (1883 - 1967) leaves Buckingham Palace after submitting a list of members of the new Labour government to King George VI, 28th July 1945.
Clement Attlee was the UK Prime minister between 1945 - 51 leading Labour government. Lead a decisive government fulfilling nearly all pledges including creation of National Health Service (NHS) 1946 caring citizens based on need no fees. Nationalised coal, electricity, steel and transport industries. Saw Presided over decolonisation of India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon and Jordon. https://www.gov.uk/government/history/past-prime-ministers/clement-attlee