The History of Parliament's Annual Lecture 2016
‘7 December 1916: Asquith, Lloyd George and the crisis of Liberalism’ – Professor the Lord Kenneth Morgan
Join us for the History of Parliament’s 12th annual lecture given by Professor the Lord Morgan FBA, which will mark the anniversary of David Lloyd George becoming Prime Minister: ‘7 December 1916: Asquith, Lloyd George and the crisis of Liberalism’.
Professor Morgan has written biographies of Lloyd George, Keir Hardie, James Callaghan, and Michael Foot, and many other works on contemporary British political history, including Labour in Power 1945 - 1951, The People's Peace, and Ages of Reform. His Oxford Illustrated History of Britain has sold over 750,000 copies. He is a trustee of the History of Parliament Trust
Attendance is free, but registration is required and you will need to bring a ticket with a form of identification in order to attend.
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