List of Liberal Unionist Party MPs

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This is a list of Liberal Unionist Party MPs. It includes all Members of Parliament elected to the British House of Commons representing the Liberal Unionist Party.

List of MPs[edit]

Name[1] Constituency Start End
Andrew Agnew Edinburgh South 1900 1906
Leo Amery Birmingham South 1911 1912[2]
William Anson Oxford University 1899 1912[2]
Henry Torrens Anstruther St Andrews 1886 1903
William Anstruther-Gray St Andrews 1906; 1910 1910; 1912[2]
H. O. Arnold-Forster Belfast West
Croydon
1892
1906
1906
1910
William Arrol South Ayrshire 1895 1906
James William Barclay Forfarshire 1886[3] 1892
Viscount Baring Biggleswade 1886 1892
Alfred Barnes Chesterfield 1886[3] 1892
Hamar Alfred Bass West Staffordshire 1886[3] 1898
Henry Frederick Beaumont Colne Valley 1886[3] 1892
William Bickford-Smith Truro 1886[3] 1892
Michael Biddulph Ross-on-Wye 1886[3] 1900
John Bigham Liverpool Exchange 1895 1897
Arthur Bignold Wick Burghs 1900 1906[4]
Thomas Bedford Bolitho St Ives 1887 1900
John Bright Birmingham Central 1886[3] 1889
John Albert Bright Birmingham Central 1889 1895
Alexander Brown Wellington (Shropshire) 1886[3] 1906
Thomas Buchanan Edinburgh West 1886[3] 1887[5]
Charles Burn Torquay 1910 1912[2]
William Sproston Caine Barrow-in-Furness 1886 1890
James Caldwell Glasgow St Rollox 1886 1890[6]
Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley Cricklade 1910 1910
John Campbell Manchester South 1895 1900
Richard Frederick Fotheringham Campbell Ayr Burghs 1886[3] 1888
Edward Cavendish West Derbyshire 1886[3] 1891
Richard Cavendish North Lonsdale 1895 1906[5]
Spencer Cavendish Rossendale 1886[3] 1891
Victor Cavendish West Derbyshire 1891 1908
Austen Chamberlain East Worcestershire 1892 1912[2]
Joseph Chamberlain Birmingham West 1886[3] 1912[2]
Richard Chamberlain Islington West 1886[3] 1892
Percy Clive Ross-on-Wye 1900; 1908 1906; 1912[2]
James Clyde Edinburgh West 1909 1912[2]
Thomas Cochrane North Ayrshire 1892 1910
Douglas Harry Coghill Newcastle-under-Lyme
Stoke-on-Trent
1886
1895
1892
1900[4]
Arthur Colefax Manchester South West 1910 1910
Jesse Collings Birmingham Bordesley 1886[3] 1912[2]
Alwyne Compton Biggleswade 1895 1906
Archibald Corbett Glasgow Tradeston 1886[3] 1908[6]
John Corbett Droitwich 1886[3] 1892
Leonard Courtney Bodmin 1886[3] 1899[6]
Robert Cox Edinburgh South 1895 1899
Alexander Cross Glasgow Camlachie 1892 1909[5]
Savile Crossley Lowestoft
Halifax
1886[3]
1900
1892
1906
William Crossman Portsmouth 1886[3] 1892
Donald Currie West Perthshire 1886[3] 1900
Leonard Darwin Lichfield 1892 1895
George Dixon Birmingham Edgbaston 1886[3] 1898
George Doughty Grimsby 1898; 1910 1910; 1912[2]
Arthur Elliot Roxburghshire
Durham
1886[3]
1898
1892
1905[6]
Hugh Elliot North Ayrshire 1886[3] 1892
Bertram Falle Portsmouth 1910 1912[2]
Horace Farquhar Marylebone West 1895 1898
Robert Finlay Inverness Burghs
Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities
1886;[3] 1895
1910
1892; 1906
1912[2]
James Fortescue Flannery Shipley 1895 1906
Hugh Fortescue Tavistock 1886[3] 1892
Michael Foster London University 1900 1903[5]
Charles Fraser-Mackintosh Inverness-shire 1886[3] 1892
Lewis Fry Bristol North 1886;[3] 1895 1892; 1900
John Lloyd Gibbons Wolverhampton South 1898 1900
Julian Goldsmid St Pancras South 1886[3] 1896
John Gordon South Londonderry 1900 1912[2]
St George's Hanover Square George Goschen 1886[3] 1893[4]
Thomas Grove Wilton 1886[3] 1888[5]
William Gull Barnstaple 1895 1900
Robert Gurdon Mid Norfolk 1886;[3] 1895 1892; 1895
Edward Hain St Ives 1900 1904[5]
Alfred Seale Haslam Newcastle-under-Lyme 1900 1906
George Hastings East Worcestershire 1886[3] 1892
Henry Havelock-Allen South East Durham 1886;[3] 1895 1892; 1897
Alexander Henderson West Staffordshire 1898 1906
Edward Heneage Great Grimsby 1886;[3] 1893 1892; 1895
John Waller Hills City of Durham 1906 1912[2]
Benjamin Hingley North Worcestershire 1886[3] 1887[5]
Henry Hobhouse East Somerset 1886[3] 1906
Alfred Hopkinson Cricklade 1895 1898
Rowland Hunt Ludlow 1903 1912[2]
Henry James Bury 1886[3] 1895
Ernest Jardine East Somerset 1910 1912[2]
Robert Jardine Dumfriesshire 1886[3] 1892
John Jenkins Carmarthen District 1895 1903[5]
Herbert Jessel St Pancras South 1886; 1910 1906; 1912[2]
George Kemp Heywood 1895 1904[2]
William Kenny Dublin St Stephen's Green 1895 1898
William Kenrick Birmingham North 1886 1899
Frederick Lambton South East Durham 1900 1910
Edwin Lawrence Truro 1895 1906
Thomas Lea South Londonderry 1886 1900
William Edward Hartpole Lecky Dublin University 1895 1903
Frederick Neville Sutherland Leveson-Gower Sutherland 1900 1906
Harry Levy-Lawson Mile End 1905, 1910 1906, 1912[2]
George Lloyd West Staffordshire 1910 1912[2]
John Lubbock London University 1886[3] 1900
Alfred Lyttelton Warwick and Leamington
St George's Hanover Square
1895
1906
1906
1912[2]
John Lyttelton Droitwich 1910 1912[2]
Halford Mackinder Glasgow Camlachie
Francis William Maclean Woodstock 1886 1892
Archibald White Maconochie East Aberdeenshire 1900 1906
Philip Magnus London University 1906 1912[2]
Richard Martin Droitwich 1892 1906
Nevil Story Maskelyne Cricklade 1886[3] 1892
William Jardine Herries Maxwell Dumfriesshire 1892; 1900 1895; 1906
Charles McArthur Liverpool Exchange 1897 1906
Lewis McIver Edinburgh West 1895 1909
Ernest Meysey-Thompson Birmingham Handsworth 1906 1912[2]
Henry Meysey-Thompson Birmingham Handsworth 1892 1906
John Middlemore Birmingham North 1899 1912[2]
Francis Bingham Mildmay Totnes 1886[3] 1912[2]
Lewis Molesworth Bodmin 1900 1906
Charles James Monk Gloucester 1895 1900
Robert Jasper More Ludlow 1886[3] 1903
Walter Morrison Skipton 1886; 1895 1892; 1900
Ernest Morrison-Bell Ashburton 1908 1910
William Palmer Petersfield
Edinburgh West
1886[3]
1892
1892
1895
Ebenezer Parkes Birmingham Central 1895 1912[2]
Arthur Pease Darlington 1895 1898
Herbert Pease Darlington 1898
Arthur Peel Warwick and Leamington 1886[3] 1895
William Peel Manchester South 1900 1906
John Pender Wick Burghs 1892 1896
Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice West Derbyshire 1908 1912[2]
George Pitt-Lewis Barnstaple 1886[3] 1892
Reginald Pole-Carew Bodmin 1910 1912[2]
Harry Frederick Pollock Spalding 1895 1900
Joseph Powell Williams Birmingham South 1886[3] 1904
Robert Purvis Peterborough 1895 1906
Cuthbert Quilter Sudbury 1910 1912[2]
William Quilter Sudbury 1886[3] 1906
Robert Ratcliff Burton 1900 1912[2]
William Henry Rattigan North East Lanarkshire 1901 1904
Edward James Reed Cardiff 1904[3] 1906
Thomas Richardson The Hartlepools 1886 1890
Thomas Richardson The Hartlepools 1895 1900
Ferdinand James von Rothschild Aylesbury 1886[3] 1899
Lionel Nathan de Rothschild Aylesbury 1910 1912[2]
Walter Rothschild Aylesbury 1899 1910
Thomas Russell Tyrone South 1886 1904[7]
Peter Rylands Burnley 1886[3] 1887
John St Aubyn St Ives 1886[3] 1887
Charles Seely Nottingham West 1892 1895
Charles Hilton Seely Lincoln 1895 1906
Alexander Craig Sellar Glasgow Partick 1886[3] 1890
John Simeon Southampton 1895 1906
William Pirrie Sinclair Falkirk Burghs 1886 1892
Hugh Crawford Smith Tyneside 1900 1906
James Parker Smith Glasgow Partick 1890 1906
John Spear Tavistock 1900; 1910 1906; 1912[2]
Henry Morton Stanley Lambeth North 1895 1900
Arthur Strauss Camborne 1895 1900
John Stroyan West Perthshire 1900 1906
Thomas Sutherland Greenock 1886; 1892 1892; 1900
Francis Taylor South Norfolk 1886[3] 1898
Walter Thorburn Peebles and Selkirk 1886 1906
John Batty Tuke Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities 1900 1910
Robert Verdin Northwich 1886 1887
Greville Richard Vernon South Ayrshire 1886 1892
Charles Pelham Villiers Wolverhampton South 1886[3] 1898
Henry Vivian Swansea District 1886[3] 1887[5]
Newton Wallop South Molton 1886[3] 1891
James Leslie Wanklyn Bradford Central 1895 1906
Cathcart Wason Orkney and Shetland 1900 1902[6]
Edward William Watkin Hythe 1886[8] 1895
William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam Wakefield 1895 1902
Henry Wentworth-FitzWilliam Doncaster 1888 1892
John Wentworth-FitzWilliam Peterborough 1886[8] 1889
William Cornwallis West West Denbighshire 1886[3] 1892
Henry Wiggin Birmingham Handsworth 1886[3] 1892
John Charles Williams Truro 1892 1895
Frederick Wills Bristol North 1900 1906
John Wilson Falkirk Burghs 1895 1903[5]
John Wilson Glasgow St Rollox 1900 1906
John William Wilson North Worcestershire 1895 1903[5]
Arthur Winterbotham Cirencester 1886[3] 1887[5]
Edmond Wodehouse Bath 1886[3] 1906

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ian Cawood, The Liberal Unionist Party: A History, pp.264–268
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag Became a Conservative Party MP
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi Formerly a Liberal Party MP
  4. ^ a b c Defected to the Conservative Party
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Defected to the Liberal Party
  6. ^ a b c d e Became an independent
  7. ^ Left the party and formed his own group of Russellite Unionists
  8. ^ a b Formerly an independent Liberal MP