Consolation Mr George Goschen is the Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer appointed by Salisbury after the resignation of Lord Randolph Churchill Here Goschen plays the role of shepherd taking advantage of an innocent shepherdess who represents the British public Goschen the guardian of the peoples purse had recently performed some juggling with interest rates which according to Punch was only going to leave people paying even more for their borrowings From Punch or the London Charivari March
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