British History - 1906 election

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Why did the Liberal Party win the 1906 election?
1) ability to exploit Conservatives 2) Lib-Lab Pact 1903 3) unity- free trade/irish hr(led to NL)
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Why did the Conservative Party lose the 1906 election?
1) leadership of Balfour- Chinese slavery,Taff Vale, edu. act 3)Tariff Reform =split 3)lib. unity/liblab funding & support
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How did the Lib Lab Pact 1903 help the Liberals and LRC?
Liberals = funding (£100,00) as unionists gave labour £ Labour = identity, not stand against each other in 34 constituencies
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Why did Labour win 30 seats in 1906 election?
1) Lib Lab pact 03 2) trade union financial support since taff vale 01 3) leadership Macdonald (secured liblab)
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in what year was the LRC established?
1900
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what year did the LRC become a Party?
1906
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was the 1906 election a Liberal win, or a Conservative loss?
lib win: exploit cons., liblab pact, united. cons. loss: tariff reform, leadership
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why was the Lib Lab Pact formed in 1903?
1) financial motive-lib gain able to put forward reforms etc 2) undermine cons.-feared 3 way contest meaning LRC&libs would split anti cons. vote=cons.win 3)similar- eg oppose Edu.Act
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Why did the Conservative Party lose the 1906 election?

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1) leadership of Balfour- Chinese slavery,Taff Vale, edu. act 3)Tariff Reform =split 3)lib. unity/liblab funding & support

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Why did Labour win 30 seats in 1906 election?

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in what year was the LRC established?

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