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The Boer War had exposed Britain's lack of a general staff and modern reserve army. In the new Liberal Government (December 1905), Richard Haldane , Secretary of State for War , implemented the Esher recommendations accepted in principle by the outgoing Conservative government. In August 1906 Haig was appointed Director of Military Training on the General Staff at the War Office .  Haldane later wrote that Haig had "a first rate general staff mind" and "gave invaluable advice"  Haig in turn would later dedicate a volume of his despatches to Haldane, who by then had been hounded out of office for alleged pro-German sympathies in 1915. Although both men later claimed that the reforms had been to prepare Britain for continental war, they did not create a continental-sized army and it would be truer to say that they created a small professional army within a budget, with conscription politically impossible despite Lord Roberts' campaigning. 
There is currently no heir apparent to the Earldom, Viscountcy, or Barony. Should the 3rd Earl die without an heir, the titles will go extinct.