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  1. Lady Megan Arvon Lloyd George, CH (22 April 1902 – 14 May 1966) was a Welsh politician and the first female Member of Parliament (MP) for a Welsh constituency. She also served as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party, before later becoming a Labour MP, serving in Parliament for 30 years.

  2. In 1928, after some underhand tactics in which both Lloyd George and Dame Margaret were much implicated, Megan secured the Liberal nomination for Anglesey. On 30 May 1929, she was elected to the Commons, the first-ever woman MP from Wales and the only Liberal lady to enjoy a relatively safe seat.

  3. 30 de mai. de 2013 · Her career as a politician was considerable but nothing could ever quite match her achievement in becoming Wales' first woman MP. In the 1930s and 40s, right up to her death in 1966, Megan...

  4. First woman member of the British Parliament from Wales. Name variations: Lady Megan Lloyd George. Born Megan Arvon Lloyd George at Criccieth, North Wales, in 1902; died in 1966; third daughter and youngest child of David Lloyd George (1863–1945, a Liberal politician and prime minister) and Margaret (Owen) Lloyd George (d. 1941); educated at ...

  5. BBC News. A plaque to commemorate Wales' first female MP is being unveiled on her childhood home in Gwynedd. Megan Lloyd George was elected Liberal MP for Anglesey in 1929 when she was just...

  6. MEGAN ARFON LLOYD GEORGE (1902 - 1966), M.P. The youngest daughter of David Lloyd George and Margaret, his wife; born 22 April 1902. She was educated at Garrett's Hall, Banstead, and in Paris. She was elected M.P. for Anglesey (as a Liberal), 1929-31, and as Ind. Lib. 1931-45.

  7. 14 de jul. de 2016 · Getty Images. Lady Megan Lloyd George was elected Carmarthen's MP in a 1957 by-election. She held the seat until her death from cancer on 14 May 1966. Shortly after that election, Megan...