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David Lloyd George (1863-1945), British statesman, prime minister (1916-1922)

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1. He parted company with Lloyd George over post-war diplomacy.

2. Without doubt Lloyd George had a very poor record on national issues.

3. Lloyd George, in particular, was an unfailing source of repellent fascination to him.

4. 22 Beaverbrook and Lloyd George were among the elder statesmen who attended these functions.

5. He formed a new coalition government and appointed Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions.

6. Churchill was a sort of Anglican but was as ignorant about clergymen as Lloyd George.

7. British Prime Minister David Lloyd George remembered him as an “inspiring figure far beyond the country’s shores.”

8. But Asquith's refusal greatly strengthened the Unionist position. as it left Lloyd George wholly dependent on his allies.

9. Lloyd George would propose fusion to his Liberal supporters, and Bonar Law would follow suit on the next day.

10. Lengthy research went on to find suitable precedents but the overriding consideration was the position of Lloyd George and the Liberals.

11. The King was displeased at Liberal attacks on the peers, which included a polemical speech by David Lloyd George at Limehouse.

12. MacDonald also had condemned the Lloyd George coalition as corrupt and unprincipled and had been a major beneficiary of its fall.

13. Even the protection of the House of Lords is lacking, thanks to a spot of bother Lloyd George had in 19

14. The Unionist leader then went immediately to see Lloyd George, with whom he had conferred before his visit to the Palace.

15. British Prime Minister David Lloyd George (cattily, but accurately) described Sir Douglas Haig as "brilliant to the tops of his boots."

16. In 1931, David Lloyd George told a select committee: "Parliament has really no control over the executive; it is a pure fiction."

17. Lloyd George suspected that the French were trying to precipitate the disintegration of Germany by sponsoring a break-away Rhineland state (as indeed they were).