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Liberal Unionist

Saltos de línea: Lib|eral Union|ist

Definición de Liberal Unionist en inglés:

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A member of a group of British Liberal MPs who left the party in 1886 because of Gladstone’s support for Irish Home Rule. Led by Joseph Chamberlain from 1891, they formed an alliance with the Conservative Party in Parliament, and merged officially with them in 1909 as the Conservative and Unionist Party.
Example sentences
  • The Liberal Unionists fused with the Conservative Party in 1912 and their members were admitted to the Carlton Club.
  • The triumph of the Conservatives and Liberal Unionists led by Lord Salisbury in the general election of June 1895 represented a groundswell of feeling in favour of imperial greatness.
  • More typical was Heneage, who at the general election in July, like Watkin at Hythe, stood as a Liberal Unionist with Conservative support.

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