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This leader of the Liberal party served as Prime Minister from 1908-1916
His second wife, Margaret, was a famous political hostess
He was ousted from office in favour of Lloyd George!
06 June, 1839
The riots, in south and mid Wales, were a protest against high taxation and tolls. A major target of protesters (usually men dressed as women) were toll gates.
This corpulent monarch's nickname before taking the throne was 'Prinny'
His father was George III
He ruled between 1820-1830