Between the fall of the Lloyd George Coalition in 1922 and the general election of October 1924, the face of British politics was transformed. In the space of two years, Bonar Law succeeded Lloyd George as Prime Minister, Baldwin launched his party into an unwanted and disastrous tariff election, whilst Ramsay MacDonald presided over the short-lived first Labour Government. In this period of British politics in transition the fate of the Liberal Party was decided. From reunion and revival in December 1923, the party went on to ruin in October 1924.
KeywordsLabour Party Electoral Politics Liberal Party Sustained Revival Protest Vote
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