1906 – Born on the 9th of April in London, England.
1927 – He gained degree of Philosophy, Politics and Economics at New College, Oxford in United Kingdom.
1930 – He was head of the Department of Political Economy at University College, London.
1945 – He became Labour Member of Parliament (MP) for Leeds South (a parliamentary constituency).
1950 – He was appointed as a Chancellor of the Exchequer (title held by the British Cabinet Minister responsible
for all economic and financial matters).
1955 – He became the leader of Labour Party (a political party of United kingdom).
1963 – He died at the age of 57 on the 18th of January.