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William Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Sanderstead GCB MVO PC (3 March 1915 – 12 July 1980) was a British civil servant and banker. The son of William Armstrong and Priscilla Hopkins, he was born in Clapton in London. Armstrong was educated at Bec School in Tooting and Exeter College, Oxford. From 1938 to 1943, Armstrong worked for the Board of Education and from 1943 to 1945 he was private secretary to the Secretary of the War Cabinet Sir Edward Bridges. Between 1949 and 1953, he was principal private secretary to the three successive Chancellors of the Exchequer Sir R. Stafford Cripps, Hugh Gaitskell and then R. A. Butler.

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  • William Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Sanderstead, of the City of Westminster GCB MVO PC (* 3. März 1915 in Clapton, London; † 12. Juli 1980 in Oxford) war ein britischer Regierungsbeamter und Banker, der zwischen 1968 und 1975 Leiter des öffentlichen Dienstes (Her Majesty’s Civil Service) sowie von 1975 bis zu seinem Tod Vorstandsvorsitzender der Midland Bank war und 1975 als Life Peer aufgrund des Life Peerages Act 1958 Mitglied des House of Lords wurde.
  • William Armstrong, Baron Armstrong of Sanderstead GCB MVO PC (3 March 1915 – 12 July 1980) was a British civil servant and banker. The son of William Armstrong and Priscilla Hopkins, he was born in Clapton in London. Armstrong was educated at Bec School in Tooting and Exeter College, Oxford. From 1938 to 1943, Armstrong worked for the Board of Education and from 1943 to 1945 he was private secretary to the Secretary of the War Cabinet Sir Edward Bridges. Between 1949 and 1953, he was principal private secretary to the three successive Chancellors of the Exchequer Sir R. Stafford Cripps, Hugh Gaitskell and then R. A. Butler.
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