Supporters of many strengths were appealing to voters who supported imperialism, tariffs, the Church of England, the powerful Royal Navy, and the traditional hierarchical society. There was a strong base of leadership in the aristocratic class and aristocratic class in rural England, as well as the strong support of the Church of England and military interests. Historians have used the election results to show that the Conservative Party was surprisingly good in working-class neighborhoods. They also had an attractive element for the better British traditional working class in major cities. In rural areas, however, the very effective use of street lecturers has led booklets, posters, especially slides and batteries, and they can effectively communicate with rural voters, especially newly qualified agricultural workers. In the early years of the twentieth century, the Conservative government, with Arthur Balfour as prime minister, had many successes in foreign policy, defense and education, as well as solutions to obtain licenses for liquor issues and land ownership for farmers in Ireland.
However, the weaknesses were gathered and it was overwhelming in 1906 who did not return to full power until 1922. The Tory was losing momentum and enthusiasm, especially after Joseph Chamberlain’s charismatic retirement. There was a bitter split in “tariff reform” (ie the imposition of tariffs or taxes on all imports), resulting in many liberal liberal trade. Tariff reform was a losing cause that clung inexplicably to conservative leadership. Support between the upper level of the working class and the lower middle class weakened, and there was resentment among the intellectuals. The 1906 election was an overwhelming victory for the opposition, which saw a total jump of 25 percent, while the conservative vote remained stable.
The Liberal Party lacked a unified ideological foundation in 1906. It included many opposing and hostile factions, imperialists and Boer supporters. Socialist close and classic Let him work, Suffragists and opponents to grant women the right to vote. Anti-war elements and supporters of the military alliance with France. It was a powerful element, dedicated to the opposition of the Church established in terms of education and taxes – dissident dissidents – Protestants outside the fold of the Anglican Church. However, dissidents were losing support and the society in general, playing a small and secondary role in party affairs after 1900. The party also included Irish Catholics and secularists of the labor movement. Middle-class companies, professional and intellectual communities generally force, although some old aristocratic families also played a role in it. The working class component is moving rapidly towards the newly emerging Labor Party. A common element was that there was broad agreement on the use of politics and parliament as a tool to promote and improve society and reform policy.