Decline in the Labour Party AS British history Spec B OCR

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Divisions in the party
  Some wanted to follow MArxist ideas & Socialism
  Female Suffrage - many trade unions didn't support idea of working women & were least sympathetic - hostility to militant suffragettes greatest here
  Commited socialists (kier Hardie-ILP) supported women's suffrage
  Disputes over if LRC candidates should accept suffragette's help in campaign

1910 General Elections
  Labour party had only 70 candidates
  Fears about financial crisis after Osbourne Judgement of 1909…


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