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Trade union leader and politician. Elected Labour MP in 1906, he served as Party Leader between 1910-1911. Was a minister in Lloyd George’s wartime coalition government. When Labour left the coalition in 1918 Barnes refused to resign and was expelled from the Party. Resigned as Minister in 1920.

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