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Parliament Act 1911
When the House of Lords refused to pass Lloyd George's budget, the House of Commons passed an Act
stating that the House of Lords could not reject a bill that had been passed three times in the House of
Commons. It also required a general election every five, not seven, years.
HOW DID PEOPLE REACT TO THE LIBERAL WELFARE
The Conservative party were mostly against these reforms:
· Too expensive.
· People should help themselves.
· Afraid of a `nanny state'.…read more