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Lloyd George

, David First Earl of Dwyfor. 1863-1945.
British politician who, as chancellor of the exchequer (1908-1915) and prime minister (1916-1922), introduced many social reforms, including a national health insurance program.

Lloyd George

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(Biography) David, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor. 1863–1945, British Liberal statesman: prime minister (1916–22). As chancellor of the exchequer (1908–15) he introduced old age pensions (1908), a radical budget (1909), and an insurance scheme (1911)

Lloyd` George′

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David, 1st Earl of Dwy•for (ˈdu vɔr) 1863–1945, British prime minister 1916–22.
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By today, David Lloyd George has been rehabilitated - seen as a great social reformer whose achievements dwarfed his personal weaknesses; and who had more genuine attachments to Wales than most Westminster contemporaries.
There's the grave of David Lloyd George with its poem by Dr William George, his nephew and former Archdruid.
Centre: Margaret Owen, and left, women found David Lloyd George irresistible
However, can I point out that the William George with whom David Lloyd George was in partnership with was in fact his brother and father of the poet, Councillor William Lloyd George.
DAVID Lloyd George was born in Manchester on January 17, 1863.
Several prominent Welsh politicians were born in England, including David Lloyd George and Mr Williams' predecessor as MP for Caernarfon, Dafydd Wigley, who was born in Derby.
David Lloyd George from the Museum Gardens to the National Assembly area; Anuerin Bevan from Queen Street to the Heath Hospital; Gareth Edwards from St David's Centre to the Millennium Stadium.
The Log House, near Capel Curig, was once home to the Lloyd George family during the 1920s when David Lloyd George was Prime Minister.
In his speech Mr Macmillan declared that it was appropriate that the Prime Minister should come to pay tribute to David Lloyd George, to unveil the statue on behalf of not only the Welsh people, but hundreds of thousands of British people in all parts of the world.
In 1946 Aneurin Bevan, published the NHS Act and this had only been made possible by the introduction in 1911 of the National Insurance Scheme, set up under David Lloyd George, all were members of the Liberal Party.
After beating Arsenal 1-0 to lift the FA Cup in a nal played in front of King George V, Liberal leader David Lloyd George, then Chancellor Winston Churchill and 93,000 fans, the Bluebirds were the toast of the town.
1909: In a revolutionary Budget, Chancellor David Lloyd George introduced a "supertax" of sixpence in the pound for anyone earning more than PS5,000 a year, to pay for pensions and re-armament.