Conservative Government 1922-1924
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Why did the Liberals lose the 1922 election so hard? (1 word answer)
What act that Lloyd George would be forced to introduce would be very unpopular?
What party became the second largest party in the 1922 election?
Who was foreign secretary, having successes in Europe
What minister introduced legislation to subsidies the building of more homes in 1922?
Who wittingly described the 1922 cabinet members as being a 'second eleven'?
What meeting had split Conservative opinion in 1922-1924, despite gaining the popular vote?
Carlton Club Meeting
Why did relations between France, Britain, and Germany become awkward in 1922 - causing a foreign affairs crisis?
France invaded the Ruhr
In 1922 - Baldwin agreed with the Americans that Britain would pay back the full amount over how many years?
Who was given the the task of appointing a new PM following Bonar Law's resignation in 1923?
The King could only really choose between Curzon and who else?
What policy did Baldwin call an election over in 1924, causing them to lose Government?
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