The Liberal Election Victory of 1906

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  • The Liberal Election Victory of 1906
    • The Conservative Party had declined
      • Their support had gone to the Liberals
    • The Labour Party were still too new
      • They had only been founded in 1900
      • They were a little to conservative for some, it was scary
      • They didn't have enough experience yet
        • Gave the Liberals more of a majority
    • Lib-Lab Pact 1903
      • The Labour  Party MPs would not stand against the Liberals in local elections
        • Gave the Liberals more of a majority
    • Social Surveys
      • The social Surveys highlighted the poor conditions of the country
        • Liberals most likely to fix it
      • Charles Booth (London)
      • Seebohm Rowntree (York)

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