Lloyd George ministry

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Liberal David Lloyd George formed a coalition government in the United Kingdom in December 1916, and was appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom by King George V. It replaced the earlier wartime coalition under H.wikipedia
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Liberal Party (UK)

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Those Liberals who continued to support Asquith served as the Official Opposition.
The government of Lloyd George was dominated by the Conservative Party, which finally deposed him in 1922.

Arthur Balfour

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As Foreign Secretary in the Lloyd George ministry, he issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917 on behalf of the cabinet.

Carlton Club

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After several scandals including allegations of the sale of honours, the Conservatives withdrew their support after a meeting at the Carlton Club in 1922, and Bonar Law formed a government.
The club is most famous for the Carlton Club meeting of 19 October 1922, in which backbench Conservative MPs decided to withdraw from the David Lloyd George – led coalition government.

Robert Munro, 1st Baron Alness

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He served as Secretary for Scotland between 1916 and 1922 in David Lloyd George's coalition government and as Lord Justice Clerk between 1922 and 1933.

H. A. L. Fisher

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He served as President of the Board of Education in David Lloyd George's 1916 to 1922 coalition government.

Stanley Baldwin

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He served as Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1917–1921) and President of the Board of Trade (1921–1922) in the coalition ministry of David Lloyd George and then rose rapidly: in 1922, Baldwin was one of the prime movers in the withdrawal of Conservative support from Lloyd George; he subsequently became Chancellor of the Exchequer in Bonar Law's Conservative ministry.

Andrew Weir, 1st Baron Inverforth

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In the First World War he served as a minister in the coalition government: he was Surveyor General of Supplies from 1917–1919, and Minister of Munitions from 1919–1921.

Charles McCurdy

Charles Albert McCurdy (13 March 1870 – 10 November 1941) was a British Liberal Member of Parliament and minister in the Lloyd George Coalition Government.

Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner

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Since Milner was the Briton who had the most experience in civil direction of a war, Lloyd George turned to him in December 1916 when he formed his national government.

Home Secretary

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George Barnes (British politician)

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In 1918 the Labour Party decided to leave the Lloyd George Coalition but Barnes refused to resign.

Thomas Arthur Lewis

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Guest would go on to become Chief Whip in the Coalition government of David Lloyd George.

John Baird, 1st Viscount Stonehaven

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Baird was added to the Lloyd George ministry in 1916, and held various junior portfolios until 1922 when he was appointed Minister of Transport and First Commissioner of Works.

Edward Shortt

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When Lloyd George's coalition government fell in October 1922 in the aftermath of the Carlton Club meeting, he realised his Cabinet career was effectively over and stood down from Parliament.

William Sutherland (Liberal politician)

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He also wrote a one shilling pamphlet in 1920 about the work of Coalition government of David Lloyd George, However the work was dismissed in the press as "no more than a child’s guide for Coalition candidates and other apologists of the government".

John Pratt (Liberal politician)

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He served in the coalition government of David Lloyd George as a Junior Lord of the Treasury from 1916 to 1919 and as Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health for Scotland from 1919 to 1922.