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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Herbert Samuel
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.
  David Lloyd George

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  David Lloyd George
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Share of the vote received by Conservatives (blue), Whigs/Liberals/Liberal Democrats (orange), Labour (red) and others (grey) in general elections since 1832.[9][10] Following initial success as the successor to the Whig party, the party's share of the popular vote plummeted after the First World War as it lost votes to the new Labour party and fractured into groups such as the National and Coalition Liberals.
  David Lloyd George
  Share of the vote received by Conservatives (blue), Whigs/Liberals/Liberal Democrats (orange), Labour (red) and others (grey) in general elections since 1832.[9][10] Following initial success as the successor to the Whig party, the party's share of the popular vote plummeted after the First World War as it lost votes to the new Labour party and fractured into groups such as the National and Coalition Liberals.
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  The symbol of the SDP-Liberal Alliance, combining the yellow and black diamond of the Liberals with the typeface of the Social Democrats.
  The symbol of the SDP-Liberal Alliance, combining the yellow and black diamond of the Liberals with the typeface of the Social Democrats.
  Herbert Henry Asquith
  Share of the vote received by Conservatives (blue), Whigs/Liberals/Liberal Democrats (orange), Labour (red) and others (grey) in general elections since 1832.[9][10] Following initial success as the successor to the Whig party, the party's share of the popular vote plummeted after the First World War as it lost votes to the new Labour party and fractured into groups such as the National and Coalition Liberals.

Question 5: What does the following picture show?

  Herbert Samuel
  The symbol of the SDP-Liberal Alliance, combining the yellow and black diamond of the Liberals with the typeface of the Social Democrats.
  Viscount Palmerston
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.

Question 6: [3] This shift was best exemplified by the Liberal government of Herbert Henry Asquith and his Chancellor ________, whose Liberal reforms in the early 1900s created a basic welfare state.
Winston ChurchillDavid Lloyd GeorgeStanley BaldwinBonar Law

Question 7: The Liberal Party favoured social reform, personal liberty, reducing the powers of the Crown and the ________ (many of them were Nonconformists) and an extension of the franchise (right to vote).
Archbishop of YorkBishop of LincolnChurch of EnglandArchbishop of Canterbury

Question 8: ________
John Russell, 1st Earl RussellList of United Kingdom Liberal Party leadersH. H. AsquithWilliam Ewart Gladstone

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  William Gladstone
  The symbol of the SDP-Liberal Alliance, combining the yellow and black diamond of the Liberals with the typeface of the Social Democrats.
  David Lloyd George
  David Lloyd George

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Share of the vote received by Conservatives (blue), Whigs/Liberals/Liberal Democrats (orange), Labour (red) and others (grey) in general elections since 1832.[9][10] Following initial success as the successor to the Whig party, the party's share of the popular vote plummeted after the First World War as it lost votes to the new Labour party and fractured into groups such as the National and Coalition Liberals.
  Herbert Samuel
  Viscount Palmerston
  A crowd waits outside Leeds Town Hall to see them elect a liberal party candidate during the 1880 general elections.







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