History of Ireland
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Timeline of Irish History from 1900-1918
1900 - John Redmond becomes leader of I.P.P (Irish Parliamentary party)
- Labour Party (who supported Home Rule) was formed
1904 - Ulster Unionist Councils set up
1905 - Sinn Fein movement under Arthur Griffith
1906 - Liberal Party came to power (Campbell Bannerman elected PM)
1907 - The proposed Irish council bill was turned down by the I.P.P as it was no replacement for Home Rule.
1908 - Asquith became Prime Minister
1910 - General Elections held, Liberals relied on the support of the labour party and Nationalists to win.
- Carson became leader of the Irish Unionist party
1911 - An anti home rule campaign occured in Craigavon
- Bonar Law (a unionist sympathiser became head of the conservative party - Parliament act introduced which reduced the power of the house of Lords
1912 - 9th of April, Anti Home Rule demonstration at Balmoral (Bonar Law Present)
- 29th July, Bonar Law's Blenheim speech - 28th of September - Ulster Day - Solemn League and Covenant signed
...to be continued