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MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1923


MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1923

31st Parliament (1918)
32nd Parliament (1922)
33rd Parliament (1923)
34th Parliament (1924)
35th Parliament (1929)

This is a complete list of Members of Parliament elected to the 33rd Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1923 general election, held on 5 December 1923.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Anthony Eden, Herbert Morrison, Margaret Bondfield and Ernest Brown.

Table of contents:

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Constituency MP Party
Aberavon Ramsay MacDonald Labour
Aberdare George Henry Hall Labour
Aberdeen North Frank Herbert Rose Labour
Aberdeen South Frederick Thomson Conservative
Aberdeenshire Central Murdoch McKenzie Wood Liberal
Aberdeenshire East Frederick Martin Liberal
Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine Malcolm Barclay-Harvey Conservative
Abertillery George Barker Labour
Abingdon Edward Lessing Liberal
Accrington Hugh Edwards Liberal
Acton Sir Harry Brittain Conservative
Aldershot Viscount Wolmer Conservative
Altrincham Robert Alstead Liberal
Anglesey Sir Robert Thomas, Bt Liberal
(Two members)
Charles Curtis Craig Ulster Unionist
Hon. Hugh O'Neill Ulster Unionist
Argyll Sir William Sutherland Liberal
Armagh William Allen Ulster Unionist
Ashford Samuel Strang Steel Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Sir Walter de Frece Conservative
Aylesbury Thomas Keens Liberal
Ayr Burghs Sir John Baird, Bt Conservative
Ayrshire North and Bute Aylmer Hunter-Weston Conservative
Ayrshire South James Brown Labour


Balham and Tooting Sir Alfred Butt Conservative
Banbury Albert Edmondson Conservative
Banff Charles Barrie Liberal
Barkston Ash George Lane-Fox Conservative
Barnard Castle Moss Turner-Samuels Labour
Barnsley John Potts Labour
Barnstaple Tudor Rees Liberal
Barrow-in-Furness Daniel Gerald Somerville Conservative
Basingstoke Reginald Fletcher Liberal
Bassetlaw Sir Ellis Hume-Williams Conservative
Bath Frank Walter Raffety Liberal
Batley and Morley Ben Turner Labour
Battersea North Henry Cairn Hogbin Liberal
Battersea South Viscount Curzon Conservative
Bedford Sydney Wells Conservative
Bedfordshire Mid Frederick Caesar Linfield Liberal
Bedwellty Charles Edwards Labour
Belfast, East Herbert Dixon Ulster Unionist
Belfast, North Thomas Edward McConnell Ulster Unionist
Belfast, South Thomas Moles Ulster Unionist
Belfast, West Sir Robert Lynn Ulster Unionist
Belper Herbert Wragg Conservative
Bermondsey West Roderick Kedward Liberal
Berwick-on-Tweed Mabel Philipson Conservative
Berwick and Haddington Robert Spence Labour
Bethnal Green North-East Walter Windsor Labour
Bethnal Green South-West Percy Harris Liberal
Bewdley Stanley Baldwin Conservative
Birkenhead East Henry Graham White Liberal
Birkenhead West William Henry Egan Labour
Birmingham Aston Sir Evelyn Cecil Conservative
Birmingham Deritend John Smedley Crooke Conservative
Birmingham Duddeston John Bedford Burman Conservative
Birmingham Edgbaston Sir Francis Lowe, Bt Conservative
Birmingham Erdington Sir Arthur Steel-Maitland, Bt Conservative
Birmingham Handsworth Oliver Locker-Lampson Conservative
Birmingham King's Norton Sir Herbert Austin Conservative
Birmingham Ladywood Neville Chamberlain Conservative
Birmingham Moseley Patrick Hannon Conservative
Birmingham Sparkbrook Leo Amery Conservative
Birmingham West Sir Austen Chamberlain Conservative
Birmingham Yardley Alfred Roger Jephcott Conservative
Bishop Auckland Ben Spoor Labour
(Two members)
Sir Sydney Henn Conservative
John Duckworth Liberal
Blackpool Hugh Meyler Liberal
Blaydon William Whiteley Labour
Bodmin Isaac Foot Liberal
(Two members)
Sir Joseph Herbert Cunliffe Conservative
Albert Law Labour
Bootle James Burnie Liberal
Bosworth George Ward Liberal
Bothwell John Robertson Labour
Bournemouth Sir Henry Page Croft Conservative
Bow and Bromley George Lansbury Labour
Bradford Central William Leach Labour
Bradford East Fred Jowett Labour
Bradford North Walter Rea Liberal
Bradford South Herbert Harvey Spencer Liberal
Brecon and Radnor William Albert Jenkins Liberal
Brentford and Chiswick Walter Grant Peterson Morden Conservative
Bridgwater William Ewart Morse Liberal
Brigg Sir Berkeley Sheffield, Bt Conservative
(Two members)
George Tryon Conservative
Sir Alfred Cooper Rawson Conservative
Bristol Central Thomas Inskip Conservative
Bristol East Walter John Baker Labour
Bristol North Walter Ayles Labour
Bristol South Sir Beddoe Rees Liberal
Bristol West George Gibbs Conservative
Brixton Frederick Joseph Laverack Liberal
Bromley Hon. Cuthbert James Conservative
Broxtowe George Alfred Spencer Labour
Buckingham George Bowyer Conservative
Buckrose Sir Guy Gaunt Conservative
Burnley Dan Irving Labour
Burslem William Edward Robinson Liberal
Burton John Gretton Conservative
Bury Charles Ainsworth Conservative
Bury St Edmunds Hon. Walter Guinness Conservative


Caerphilly Morgan Jones Labour
Caithness and Sutherland Sir Archibald Sinclair, Bt Liberal
Camberwell North Charles Ammon Labour
Camberwell North-West Thomas James Macnamara Liberal
Camborne Leifchild Jones Liberal
Cambridge Sir George Newton Conservative
Cambridgeshire Richard George Briscoe Conservative
Cambridge University
(Two members)
John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Conservative
Sir George Geoffrey Gilbert Butler Conservative
Cannock William Murdoch Adamson Labour
Canterbury Ronald McNeill Conservative
Cardiff Central James Childs Gould Conservative
Cardiff East Sir Henry Webb, Bt Liberal
Cardiff South Arthur Henderson Labour
Cardiganshire Rhys Hopkin Morris Independent Liberal
Carlisle George Middleton Labour
Carmarthen Sir Ellis Ellis-Griffith, Bt Liberal
Carnarvon David Lloyd George Liberal
Carnarvonshire Goronwy Owen Liberal
Chatham John Moore-Brabazon Conservative
Chelmsford Sydney Walter Robinson Liberal
Chelsea Sir Samuel Hoare, Bt Conservative
Cheltenham Sir James Agg-Gardner Conservative
Chertsey Philip Richardson Conservative
Chester Sir Charles Cayzer, Bt Conservative
Chesterfield Barnet Kenyon Liberal
Chester-le-Street Jack Lawson Labour
Chichester Charles Mark Clement Rudkin Liberal
Chippenham Alfred Bonwick Liberal
Chislehurst Robert Chancellor Nesbitt Conservative
Chorley Douglas Hacking Conservative
Cirencester and Tewkesbury Sir Thomas Davies Conservative
City of London
(Two members)
Sir Frederick Banbury, Bt Conservative
Edward Grenfell Conservative
Clackmannan and Eastern Stirlingshire Lauchlin MacNeill Weir Labour
Clapham Sir John Leigh, Bt Conservative
Clay Cross Charles Duncan Labour
Cleveland Sir Charles Walter Starmer Liberal
Clitheroe Sir William Brass Conservative
Coatbridge James C. Welsh Labour
Colchester Sir Laming Worthington-Evans, Bt Conservative
Colne Valley Philip Snowden Labour
Combined English Universities
(Two members)
Sir Martin Conway Conservative
Herbert Fisher Liberal
Combined Scottish Universities
(Three members)
Sir Henry Craik Conservative
Dugald Cowan Liberal
Sir George Berry Conservative
Consett Herbert Dunnico Labour
Cornwall North Sir George Croydon Marks Liberal
Coventry Albert Arthur Purcell Labour
Crewe Edward Hemmerde Labour
Croydon North Glyn Mason Conservative
Croydon South Sir William Mitchell-Thomson, Bt Conservative
Cumberland North Hon. Donald Howard Conservative


Darlington William Edwin Pease Conservative
Dartford John Edmund Mills Labour
Darwen Frederick Hindle Liberal
Daventry Hon. Edward FitzRoy Conservative
Denbigh Ellis William Davies Liberal
Deptford C. W. Bowerman Labour
(Two members)
James Henry Thomas Labour
Robert Raynes Labour
Derbyshire North-East Frank Lee Labour
Derbyshire South Henry Dubs Lorimer Conservative
Derbyshire West The Marquess of Hartington Conservative
Devizes Eric Macfadyen Liberal
Dewsbury Thomas Edmund Harvey Liberal
Doncaster Wilfred Paling Labour
Don Valley Thomas Williams Labour
Dorset East Gordon Hall Caine Conservative
Dorset North John Emlyn-Jones Liberal
Dorset South Robert Yerburgh Conservative
Dorset West Philip Colfox Conservative
Dover Hon. John Astor Conservative
(Two members)
David Douglas Reid Ulster Unionist
John Morrow Simms Ulster Unionist
Dudley Cyril Edward Lloyd Conservative
Dulwich Sir Frederick Hall, Bt Conservative
Dumbarton Burghs David Kirkwood Labour
Dumfriesshire William Chapple Liberal
Dunbartonshire William Henry Porteous Martin Labour
(Two members)
E. D. Morel Labour
Edwin Scrymgeour Scottish Prohibition
Dunfermline Burghs William McLean Watson Labour
Durham Joshua Ritson Labour


Ealing Sir Herbert Nield Conservative
Eastbourne Rupert Gwynne Conservative
East Grinstead Henry Cautley Conservative
East Ham North Susan Lawrence Labour
East Ham South Alfred Barnes Co-operative
Ebbw Vale Evan Davies Labour
Eccles John Buckle Labour
Eddisbury Harry Barnston Conservative
Edinburgh Central William Graham Labour
Edinburgh East James Hogge Liberal
Edinburgh North Peter Raffan Liberal
Edinburgh South Sir Samuel Chapman Conservative
Edinburgh West Vivian Phillipps Liberal
Edmonton Frank Broad Labour
Elland Sir Robert Kay Liberal
Enfield William Watson Henderson Labour
Epping Leonard Lyle Conservative
Epsom George Blades Conservative
Essex South East Philip Hoffman Labour
Evesham Bolton Eyres-Monsell Conservative
Exeter Robert Newman Conservative
Eye The Lord Huntingfield Conservative


Fareham Sir John Davidson Conservative
Farnham Arthur Samuel Conservative
Farnworth Thomas Greenall Labour
Faversham Granville Wheler Conservative
Fermanagh and Tyrone
(Two members)
Thomas Harbison Irish Nationalist
Cahir Healy Irish Nationalist
Fife East James Millar Liberal
Fife West William Adamson Labour
Finchley Atholl Robertson Liberal
Finsbury George Gillett Labour
Flintshire Thomas Parry Liberal
Forest of Dean James Wignall Labour
Forfarshire James Falconer Liberal
Frome Frederick Gould Labour
Fulham East Kenyon Vaughan-Morgan Conservative
Fulham West Cyril Cobb Conservative
Fylde Lord Stanley Conservative


Gainsborough Sir Richard Winfrey Liberal
Galloway Cecil Dudgeon Liberal
Gateshead John Purcell Dickie Liberal
Gillingham Sir Gerald Fitzroy Hohler Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton James Maxton Labour
Glasgow Camlachie Campbell Stephen Labour
Glasgow Cathcart Robert Macdonald Conservative
Glasgow Central Sir William Alexander Conservative
Glasgow Gorbals George Buchanan Labour
Glasgow Govan Neil Maclean Labour
Glasgow Hillhead Sir Robert Horne Conservative
Glasgow Kelvingrove William Hutchison Conservative
Glasgow Maryhill John William Muir Labour
Glasgow Partick Andrew Young Co-operative
Glasgow Pollok Sir John Gilmour, Bt Conservative
Glasgow St. Rollox James Stewart Labour
Glasgow Shettleston John Wheatley Labour
Glasgow Springburn George Hardie Labour
Glasgow Tradeston Thomas Henderson Co-operative
Gloucester James Nockells Horlick Conservative
Gower David Grenfell Labour
Grantham Sir Victor Warrender, Bt Conservative
Gravesend George Isaacs Labour
Great Yarmouth Sir Arthur Harbord Liberal
Greenock Sir Godfrey Collins Liberal
Greenwich Edward Timothy Palmer Labour
Grimsby Tom Sutcliffe Conservative
Guildford Henry Buckingham Conservative


Hackney Central Leonard Franklin Liberal
Hackney North John Hobbis Harris Liberal
Hackney South Herbert Morrison Labour
Halifax John Henry Whitley Liberal
Hamilton Duncan Graham Labour
Hammersmith North James Patrick Gardner Labour
Hammersmith South Sir William Bull Conservative
Hampstead George Balfour Conservative
Hanley Myles Harper Parker Labour
Harborough John Wycliffe Black Liberal
Harrow Oswald Mosley Independent
The Hartlepools William Jowitt Liberal
Harwich Albert Ernest Hillary Liberal
Hastings Lord Eustace Percy Conservative
Hemel Hempstead John Freeman Dunn Liberal
Hemsworth John Guest Labour
Hendon Philip Lloyd-Graeme Conservative
Henley Reginald Terrell Conservative
Hereford Sir Samuel Roberts Conservative
Hertford Sir Murray Sueter Conservative
Hexham Victor Harold Finney Liberal
Heywood and Radcliffe Abraham England Liberal
High Peak Sir Samuel Hill-Wood Conservative
Hitchin Guy Molesworth Kindersley Conservative
Holborn James Remnant Conservative
Holderness Sir Samuel Savery Conservative
Holland-with-Boston William Royce Labour
Honiton Sir Clive Morrison-Bell Conservative
Horncastle Samuel Pattinson Liberal
Hornsey Viscount Ednam Conservative
Horsham and Worthing The Earl Winterton Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Robert Richardson Labour
Howdenshire Hon. Stanley Jackson Conservative
Huddersfield James Hindle Hudson Labour
Hull Central Hon. Joseph Kenworthy Liberal
Hull East Roger Lumley Conservative
Hull North West Lambert Ward Conservative
Hull South West Cyril Entwistle Liberal
Huntingdonshire Leonard Costello Liberal
Hythe Philip Sassoon Conservative


Ilford Fredric Wise Conservative
Ilkeston George Oliver Labour
Ince Stephen Walsh Labour
Inverness-shire Sir Murdoch Macdonald Liberal
Ipswich Robert Jackson Labour
Isle of Ely Henry Mond Liberal
Isle of Thanet Hon. Esmond Harmsworth Conservative
Isle of Wight J. E. B. Seely Liberal
Islington East Arthur Comyns Carr Liberal
Islington North Sir Henry Cowan Conservative
Islington South William Cluse Labour
Islington West Frederick Montague Labour


Jarrow Robert John Wilson Labour


Keighley Robert Pilkington Liberal
Kennington Thomas Samuel Beauchamp Williams Labour
Kensington North Percy Gates Conservative
Kensington South Sir William Davison Conservative
Kettering Samuel Perry Co-operative
Kidderminster John Wardlaw-Milne Conservative
Kilmarnock Robert Climie Labour
King's Lynn Graham Woodwark Liberal
Kingston-upon-Thames George Penny Conservative
Kingswinford Charles Sitch Labour
Kinross & West Perthshire The Duchess of Atholl Conservative
Kirkcaldy District of Burghs Tom Kennedy Labour
Knutsford Ernest Makins Conservative


Lambeth North Frank Briant Liberal
Lanark Thomas Dickson Labour
Lanarkshire North Joseph Sullivan Labour
Lancaster John Joseph O'Neill Liberal
Leeds Central Sir Charles Wilson Conservative
Leeds North Sir Gervase Beckett Conservative
Leeds North East John Dearman Birchall Conservative
Leeds South Henry Charles Charleton Labour
Leeds South East James O'Grady Labour
Leeds West Thomas William Stamford Labour
Leek William Bromfield Labour
Leicester East George Banton Labour
Leicester South Ronald Wilberforce Allen Liberal
Leicester West Frederick Pethick-Lawrence Labour
Leigh John Joseph Tinker Labour
Leith William Wedgwood Benn Liberal
Leominster Ernest Shepperson Conservative
Lewes William Campion Conservative
Lewisham East Assheton Pownall Conservative
Lewisham West Sir Philip Dawson Conservative
Leyton East Archibald George Church Labour
Leyton West James Cassels Conservative
Lichfield Frank Hodges Labour
Lincoln Alfred Thomas Davies Conservative
Linlithgow Emanuel Shinwell Labour
Liverpool East Toxteth James Stuart Rankin Conservative
Liverpool Edge Hill John Henry Hayes Labour
Liverpool Everton John Harmood-Banner Conservative
Liverpool Exchange Sir Leslie Scott Conservative
Liverpool Fairfield Brunel Cohen Conservative
Liverpool Kirkdale John Pennefather Conservative
Liverpool Scotland T. P. O'Connor Irish Nationalist
Liverpool Walton Sir Warden Chilcott Conservative
Liverpool Wavertree Hugh Reynolds Rathbone Liberal
Liverpool West Derby Sydney Jones Liberal
Liverpool West Toxteth Sir Robert Houston Conservative
Llandaff and Barry William Cope Conservative
Llanelli John Henry Williams Labour
Londonderry Sir Malcolm Macnaghten Ulster Unionist
London University Sir Sydney Russell-Wells Conservative
Lonsdale Henry Maden Liberal
Loughborough Louis Spears Liberal
Louth Margaret Wintringham Liberal
Lowestoft Sir Gervais Rentoul Conservative
Ludlow George Windsor-Clive Conservative
Luton Hon. Geoffrey Howard Liberal


Macclesfield John Remer Conservative
Maidstone Carlyon Bellairs Conservative
Maldon Valentine George Crittall Labour
Manchester Ardwick Thomas Lowth Labour
Manchester Blackley Philip Oliver Liberal
Manchester Clayton John Edward Sutton Labour
Manchester Exchange Robert Noton Barclay Liberal
Manchester Gorton Joseph Compton Labour
Manchester Hulme Joseph Nall Conservative
Manchester Platting J. R. Clynes Labour
Manchester Moss Side Thomas Raven Ackroyd Liberal
Manchester Rusholme Charles Masterman Liberal
Manchester Withington Ernest Simon Liberal
Mansfield Frank Varley Labour
Melton Sir Charles Yate, Bt Conservative
Merioneth Henry Haydn Jones Liberal
Merthyr R. C. Wallhead Labour
Middlesbrough East Penry Williams Liberal
Middlesbrough West Trevelyan Thomson Liberal
Middleton and Prestwich Nairne Stewart Sandeman Conservative
Midlothian North Andrew Bathgate Clarke Labour
Midlothian South and Peebles Joseph Westwood Labour
Mitcham Sir Richard James Meller Conservative
Monmouth Leolin Forestier-Walker Conservative
Montgomeryshire David Davies Liberal
Montrose Burghs John Leng Sturrock Liberal
Moray & Nairn Hon. James Stuart Conservative
Morpeth Robert Smillie Labour
Mossley Austin Hopkinson Independent
Motherwell Hugh Ferguson Conservative


Neath William Jenkins Labour
Nelson and Colne Arthur Greenwood Labour
Newark The Marquess of Titchfield Conservative
Newbury Innes Harold Stranger Liberal
Newcastle-under-Lyme Josiah Wedgwood Labour
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central Charles Trevelyan Labour
Newcastle-upon-Tyne East Sir Robert Aske Liberal
Newcastle-upon-Tyne North Nicholas Grattan-Doyle Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne West Cecil Beresford Ramage Liberal
New Forest and Christchurch Walter Perkins Conservative
Newport Reginald Clarry Conservative
Newton Robert Young Labour
Norfolk East Sir Hugh Seely Liberal
Norfolk North Noel Buxton Labour
Norfolk South George Edwards Labour
Norfolk South West Alan McLean Conservative
Normanton Frederick Hall Labour
Northampton Margaret Bondfield Labour
Northwich Lord Colum Crichton-Stuart Conservative
(Two members)
Dorothy Jewson Labour
Walter Robert Smith Labour
Norwood Walter Greaves-Lord Conservative
Nottingham Central Reginald Berkeley Liberal
Nottingham East Norman Birkett Liberal
Nottingham South Lord Henry Cavendish-Bentinck Conservative
Nottingham West Arthur Hayday Labour
Nuneaton Herbert Willison Liberal


Ogmore Vernon Hartshorn Labour
(Two members)
Sir Edward Grigg Liberal
William John Tout Labour
Orkney and Shetland Sir Robert William Hamilton Liberal
Ormskirk Francis Blundell Conservative
Oswestry William Bridgeman Conservative
Oxford Frank Gray Liberal
Oxford University
(Two members)
Lord Hugh Cecil Conservative
Sir Charles Oman Conservative


Paddington North William Perring Conservative
Paddington South Douglas King Conservative
Paisley H. H. Asquith Liberal
Peckham Collingwood Hughes Conservative
Pembrokeshire Gwilym Lloyd George Liberal
Penistone William Pringle Liberal
Penrith and Cockermouth Arthur Carlyne Niven Dixey Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth Sir Courtenay Mansel, Bt Liberal
Perth Robert Macgregor Mitchell Liberal
Peterborough Sir Henry Brassey, Bt Conservative
Petersfield William Graham Nicholson Conservative
Plymouth Devonport Leslie Hore-Belisha Liberal
Plymouth Drake Sir Arthur Shirley Benn Conservative
Plymouth Sutton The Viscountess Astor Conservative
Pontefract Tom Smith Labour
Pontypool Thomas Griffiths Labour
Pontypridd Thomas Isaac Mardy Jones Labour
Poplar South Samuel March Labour
Portsmouth Central Sir Thomas Arthur Bramsdon Liberal
Portsmouth North Sir Bertram Falle, Bt Conservative
Portsmouth South Sir Herbert Cayzer Conservative
(Two members)
James Philip Hodge Liberal
Thomas Shaw Labour
Pudsey and Otley Sir Francis Watson Conservative
Putney Samuel Samuel Conservative


Queen's University of Belfast Thomas Sinclair Ulster Unionist


Reading Somerville Hastings Labour
Reigate George Kynaston Cockerill Conservative
Renfrewshire, East Robert Nichol Labour
Renfrewshire, West Robert Murray Labour
Rhondda East David Watts-Morgan Labour
Rhondda West William John Labour
Richmond (Yorkshire) Murrough John Wilson Conservative
Richmond upon Thames Harry Thomas Alfred Becker Conservative
Ripon Hon. E. F. L. Wood Conservative
Rochdale Ramsay Muir Liberal
Romford Charles Rhys Conservative
Ross and Cromarty Ian Macpherson Liberal
Rossendale Robert Waddington Conservative
Rotherham Fred Lindley Labour
Rotherhithe Benjamin Smith Labour
Rother Valley Thomas Walter Grundy Labour
Rothwell William Lunn Labour
Roxburgh and Selkirk The Earl of Dalkeith Conservative
Royton William Gorman Liberal
Rugby Ernest Brown Liberal
Rushcliffe Henry Betterton Conservative
Rutland and Stamford Neville Woodford Smith-Carington Conservative
Rutherglen William Wright Labour
Rye George Courthope Conservative


Saffron Walden William Foot Mitchell Conservative
St Albans Sir Francis Edward Fremantle Conservative
St Helens Sir James Sexton Labour
St Ives Sir Clifford Cory, Bt Liberal
St Marylebone Sir Douglas Hogg Conservative
St Pancras North James Marley Labour
St Pancras South East Herbert George Romeril Labour
St Pancras South West Richard Whieldon Barnett Conservative
Salford North Ben Tillett Labour
Salford South Joseph Toole Labour
Salford West Alexander Haycock Labour
Salisbury Hugh Moulton Liberal
Scarborough and Whitby Sidney Herbert Conservative
Seaham Sidney Webb Labour
Sedgefield Leonard Ropner Conservative
Sevenoaks Ronald Samuel Ainslie Williams Liberal
Sheffield Attercliffe Cecil Henry Wilson Labour
Sheffield, Brightside Arthur Ponsonby Labour
Sheffield, Central James Hope Conservative
Sheffield, Ecclesall Albert Harland Conservative
Sheffield, Hallam Sir Frederick Sykes Conservative
Sheffield, Hillsborough A. V. Alexander Co-operative
Sheffield, Park Richard Storry Deans Conservative
Shipley William Mackinder Labour
Shoreditch Ernest Thurtle Labour
Shrewsbury Joseph Sunlight Liberal
Skipton Richard Foulis Roundell Conservative
Smethwick John Davison Labour
(Two members)
Edwin King Perkins Conservative
Lord Apsley Conservative
Southend-on-Sea Viscount Elveden Conservative
Southport Sir John Brunner, Bt Liberal
South Molton George Lambert Liberal
South Shields Edward Harney Liberal
Southwark Central James Daniel Gilbert Liberal
Southwark North Leslie Haden-Guest Labour
Southwark South East Thomas Naylor Labour
Sowerby Arnold Williams Liberal
Spelthorne Philip Pilditch Conservative
Spennymoor Joseph Batey Labour
Spen Valley Sir John Simon Liberal
Stafford Hon. William Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Stalybridge and Hyde John Lincoln Tattersall Liberal
Stepney Limehouse Clement Attlee Labour
Stepney Mile End John Scurr Labour
Stirling and Falkirk Burghs Sir George McCrae Liberal
Stirlingshire West Thomas Johnston Labour
(Two members)
William Greenwood Conservative
Charles Royle Liberal
Stockton on Tees Robert Strother Stewart Liberal
Stoke Newington Ernest Spero Liberal
Stoke-on-Trent John Ward Liberal
Stone Joseph Lamb Conservative
Stourbridge Douglas Pielou Conservative
Streatham William Lane Mitchell Conservative
Stretford Sir Thomas Robinson Liberal
Stroud Hon. Frederick Edward Guest Liberal
Sudbury John Frederick Loverseed Liberal
(Two members)
Walter Raine Conservative
Luke Thompson Conservative
Surrey East James Francis Wallace Galbraith Conservative
Swansea East David Williams Labour
Swansea West Howel Samuel Labour
Swindon Sir Reginald Mitchell Banks Conservative


Tamworth Sir Edward Iliffe Conservative
Taunton John Hope Simpson Liberal
Tavistock Maxwell Ruthven Thornton Liberal
Thirsk and Malton Edmund Turton Conservative
Thornbury Athelstan Rendall Liberal
Tiverton Francis Dyke Acland Liberal
Tonbridge Herbert Spender-Clay Conservative
Torquay Piers Gilchrist Thompson Liberal
Totnes Henry Harvey Vivian Liberal
Tottenham North Robert Morrison Co-operative
Tottenham South Percy Alden Labour
Twickenham Sir William Joynson-Hicks, Bt Conservative
Tynemouth Sir Alexander West Russell Conservative


University of Wales George Maitland Lloyd Davies Christian Pacifist
Uxbridge Dennistoun Burney Conservative


Wakefield George Henry Sherwood Labour
Wallasey Sir Robert Burton Chadwick Conservative
Wallsend Sir Patrick Hastings Labour
Walsall Pat Collins Liberal
Walthamstow East Sir (Louis) Stanley Johnson Conservative
Walthamstow West Valentine McEntee Labour
Wansbeck George Warne Labour
Warrington Charles Dukes Labour
Warwick and Leamington Anthony Eden Conservative
Watford Dennis Herbert Conservative
Wandsworth Central Sir John Norton-Griffiths, Bt Conservative
Waterloo Malcolm Bullock Conservative
Wednesbury Alfred Short Labour
Wellingborough William Cove Labour
Wells Arthur Hobhouse Liberal
Wentworth George Henry Hirst Labour
West Bromwich Frederick Roberts Labour
Westbury Charles Darbishire Liberal
Western Isles Alexander Livingstone Liberal
West Ham Plaistow Will Thorne Labour
West Ham Silvertown John Joseph Jones Labour
West Ham Stratford Thomas Edward Groves Labour
West Ham Upton Benjamin Walter Gardiner Labour
Westhoughton Rhys John Davies Labour
Westminster Abbey John Sanctuary Nicholson Conservative
Westminster St George's James Malcolm Monteith Erskine Conservative
Westmorland John Wakefield Weston Conservative
Weston-super-Mare Frank Murrell Liberal
Whitechapel and St Georges Harry Gosling Labour
Whitehaven Thomas Gavan Duffy Labour
Widnes Christopher Clayton Conservative
Wigan John Parkinson Labour
Willesden East Harcourt Johnstone Liberal
Willesden West Samuel Philip Viant Labour
Wimbledon Sir Joseph Hood, Bt Conservative
Winchester George Hennessy Conservative
Windsor Sir Annesley Somerville Conservative
Wirral Stephen Roxby Dodds Liberal
Wolverhampton Bilston Charles Howard-Bury Conservative
Wolverhampton East George Rennie Thorne Liberal
Wolverhampton West Robert Bird Conservative
Woodbridge Sir Arthur Churchman, Bt Conservative
Wood Green Godfrey Lampson Tennyson Conservative
Woolwich East Harry Snell Labour
Woolwich West Sir Kingsley Wood Conservative
Worcester William Pomeroy Crawford Greene Conservative
Workington Thomas Cape Labour
The Wrekin Henry Nixon Labour
Wrexham Robert Richards Labour
Wycombe Lady Terrington Liberal


Yeovil George Davies Conservative
York Sir John Arthur Marriott Conservative

By elections

See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.


See also

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