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Labour MP from 1906-1923 and trade unionist in the Iron and Steel Industry. Minister of Labour from 1916-1917 and Minister of Pensions from 1917-1919 in Lloyd George’s the First World War Coalition government. He opposed strike action and threatened strikers during the First World War with charges of treason. He also opposed the 1926 General Strike.

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  • Article Name: John Hodge
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  • Description: John Hodge History Labour MP from 1906-1923 and trade unionist in the Iron and Steel Industry. Minister of Labour from [...]

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