Lloyd George

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Lloyd George Museum
... The Lloyd George Museum is dedicated to the life and times of David Lloyd George, the Welshman who was prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1916 to 1922 ... It is located in Lloyd George's Home Village of Llanystumdwy, in Wales, and is run by Gwynedd Council ... The Museum includes the boyhood home of David Lloyd George, Highgate, which has been recreated to appear as it was in the late 19th Century ...
Sir William Edge, 1st Baronet - Bosworth By-election and After
... begun in 1926 after the General Strike, and Lloyd George's taking over the leadership of the party from Asquith had changed the political scene ... Lloyd George helped his old friend by speaking for Edge at by-election meetings ...
Lloyd George Avenue
... Lloyd George Avenue is an avenue in Cardiff, Wales ... Road was renamed after Liberal prime minister David Lloyd George ...
Caernarvon Boroughs By-election, 1890 - Constituency and Campaign
... Lloyd George had a strong political appeal to his fellow nonconformists ... By the standards of the era, David Lloyd George was a Welsh nationalist ... Lloyd George hoped to use the national issue to appeal beyond his nonconformist base ...
Carmarthen By-election, 1957
... distress for the Liberals was caused by the announcement that Lady Megan Lloyd George, a former Liberal MP with a national reputation, would be running as the Labour candidate ... Lloyd George won the seat, swinging the district from Liberal to Labour and dropping the Liberal Party to their historic low of only five seats in ... Carmarthen by-election, 1957 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labour Megan Lloyd George 23,679 Liberal John Morgan Davies 20,610 Plaid Cymru Jennie Eirian Davies 5,741 Majority 3,069 Turnout 87.4 ...

Famous quotes by lloyd george:

    A fully equipped duke costs as much to keep up as two Dreadnoughts, and dukes are just as great a terror—and they last longer.
    —David Lloyd George (1863–1945)

    Diplomats were invented simply to waste time.
    —David Lloyd George (1863–1945)

    Four spectres haunt the Poor—Old Age, Accident, Sickness and Unemployment. We are going to exorcise them. We are going to drive hunger from the hearth. We mean to banish the workhouse from the horizon of every workman in the land.
    —David Lloyd George (1863–1945)