GCSE History looks at British society in different eras. One period covered is from 1890-1918, and one aspect studied is the reforms made by the Liberal government between 1906-1922.
British society underwent huge changes between 1906-1922. The Liberal Party swept to power in 1906 with a massive majority over the Conservatives. Henry Campbell-Bannerman served as prime minister until 1908, when Herbert Asquith succeeded him. David Lloyd George moved up to become Chancellor of the Exchequer, determined to introduce radical reforms.
Learn more about the Liberal Government's reforms between 1906-1922, and the effect they had on British Society.