The battle for worker’s rights and fair pay in Newport.

One of Newport’s most successful and controversial political leaders. Leader of the National Union of Railwaymen and Labour MP for Derby, he rebelled against party policy and was expelled from the Party but remained in Government alongside the Conservatives. He was condemned as a class traitor.

Lloyd George confronts the Newport ‘Englishman’ and ‘morbid footballism’ in pursuit of Welsh home rule for the Liberal Party

A unique, maverick politician representing Newport for Labour between 1945 and 1956