100 Years Ago – 12 March 1921

12 March 1921

David Lloyd George, the Prime Minister, said at a dinner in London to Captain Evans, who had won the recent by-election in Cardigan, that Independent Liberalism was becoming less relevant and that the Labour Party was becoming a formidable party to contend with.

The Earl of Rosebery suggested that the proposals made for the Scottish National War Memorial were not popular ones judging from the level of subscriptions so far received which he said were “woefully inadequate”.