The British Labour Party grew out of the trade union movement of the late 19th
century, and surpassed the Liberal Party as the main opposition to the
Conservatives in the early 1920s. .... During th...
Formed in 1893 as a socialist party, it helped found the Labour Party in 1900, and
... it moved out of the Liberal alliance during the First World War and in the 1920s
... Liberal Prime Minister until 1922, he did so only with Conservative support.
The only popular paper that could be relied upon to support the Labour Party was
the ... The media's 'anti-Labour turn' during the 1920s was, according to this ... the
unions' news sheet, the British Worker, did not appear until the second day of ...
How did a movement, which was started less than three decades earlier to
support ... 1910 - 42 Labour MPs were elected, and the Liberal government
needed the Labour Party to support it. 1914-1918 - during the war, the Party
struggled, because Labour members disagreed about ... Back to Britain 1905 -
This gave rise to what is usually called liberal feminism or equal-rights feminism.
... In Britain the National Society for Women's Suffrage employed John Stuart Mill,
... vote was closely bound up with the advance of Liberal and Labour parties. ....
During the inter-war years support for enfranchisement grew - partly because the
As the Labour Party emerged to replace the Liberal Party in the 1920s, G.D.H.
Cole suggested ... conflict, was more interested in winning support than
establishing social harmony during strikes. ... However, the nature of British
politics has changed and, apart from the recent erosion of the .... So, Who Did
... covering development of british democracy 1832–1992, Politics in the 1920s
and ... The bitterness this caused ensured that the Liberal Party would never
again ... and middle-class support, and by the 1920s had clearly become the
party of ...
During Britain's .... did not even mention the Italian fascist coup.5 The Times (
London) of November ... remained in support of Mussolini's fascism.10 In the
1920s and early 1930s, ..... Labour Party's policy of inaction during the recession.
Jun 2, 2009 ... the British Liberal Party was one of two main political parties in Britain from the
mid-19th century to the 1920s. ... a branch of the Church of England that Irish
Catholics did not want to support. ... The Liberals again came into office in 1892,
after a campaign during which both parties stressed the Irish issue.
There is no Communist Party in Great Britain as yet, but there is a fresh, broad, ...
In its issue of February 21, 1920, Vol. ... The Workers' Socialist Federation and
the Socialist Labour Party *7 are opposed to .... But it does not at all follow that to
support them means treachery to the revolution; what does follow is that, in t...