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Explain why Lloyd George's Government was victorious in the general
election of 1918.


Lloyd George was victorious in the 1918 `coupon' election, called so because Conservative
MP were given a statement of written support for Lloyd George and Bonar Law. Lloyd
George did not have a party base in which…

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anything going wrong the Liberals would be blamed, so increasing the power of
Conservatives in long run.

Lloyd George although leader of a predominantly Conservative Coalition still retained
his radical instincts for social reform which led him to make outlandish promises such as
`Homes fit for heroes' which promised housing…

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