100 Years Ago – 27 July 1922

27 July 1922

David Lloyd George, the Prime Minister, spoke about the Hague Conference in a debate in the House of Commons.

Thomas Mardy-Jones won the Pontypridd by-election for the Labour party, beating the incumbent Liberal MP, Thomas Arthur Lewis. The policy at the time was for a by-election when an MP became a Minister, a process abolished in 1926.