List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1935

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This is a complete list of Members of Parliament elected to the 37th Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1935 general election, held on 14 November 1935. Due to the onset of the Second World War, this would be the last general election before 1945.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included John Parker and Sydney Silverman.


Table of contents:

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 By-elections

A[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Aberavon William Cove Labour
Aberdare George Hall Labour
Aberdeen North George Garro-Jones Labour
Aberdeen South Sir Douglas Thomson, Bt Conservative
Aberdeenshire Central Sir Robert Workman Smith Conservative
Aberdeenshire East Robert Boothby Conservative
Aberdeenshire West and Kincardine Malcolm Barclay-Harvey Conservative
Abertillery George Daggar Labour
Abingdon Sir Ralph Glyn, Bt Conservative
Accrington Henry Adam Procter Conservative
Acton Hubert Duggan Conservative
Aldershot Viscount Wolmer Conservative
Altrincham Sir Edward Grigg Conservative
Anglesey Megan Lloyd George Independent Liberal
Antrim
(Two members)
Hon. Sir Hugh O'Neill Ulster Unionist
Sir Joseph McConnell, Bt Ulster Unionist
Argyllshire Frederick Macquisten Conservative
Armagh Sir William Allen Ulster Unionist
Ashford Patrick Spens Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Fred Simpson Labour
Aylesbury Michael Beaumont Conservative
Ayr Burghs Thomas Moore Conservative
Ayrshire North and Bute Sir Charles Glen MacAndrew Conservative
Ayrshire South James Brown Labour

B[edit]

Balham and Tooting Sir Alfred Butt, Bt Conservative
Banbury Sir Albert Edmondson Conservative
Banffshire Sir John Findlay, Bt Conservative
Barkston Ash Leonard Ropner Conservative
Barnard Castle Thomas Miles Sexton Labour
Barnsley John Potts Labour
Barnstaple Richard Acland Liberal
Barrow-in-Furness Sir Jonah Walker Smith Conservative
Basingstoke Patrick Donner Conservative
Bassetlaw Frederick Bellenger Labour
Bath Loel Guinness Conservative
Batley and Morley Willie Brooke Labour
Battersea North William Sanders Labour
Battersea South Harry Ralph Selley Conservative
Bedford Richard Wells Conservative
Bedfordshire Mid Alan Lennox-Boyd Conservative
Bedwellty Charles Edwards Labour
Belfast, East Herbert Dixon Ulster Unionist
Belfast, North Thomas Somerset Ulster Unionist
Belfast, South William Stewart Ulster Unionist
Belfast, West Alexander Browne Ulster Unionist
Belper Herbert Wragg Conservative
Bermondsey West Alfred Salter Labour
Berwick and Haddington John McEwen Conservative
Berwick-on-Tweed Sir Hugh Seely, Bt Liberal
Bethnal Green North-East Dan Chater Labour Co-op
Bethnal Green South-West Sir Percy Harris, Bt Liberal
Bewdley Stanley Baldwin Conservative
Birkenhead East Henry Graham White Liberal
Birkenhead West John Sandeman Allen Conservative
Birmingham Aston Hon. Arthur Hope Conservative
Birmingham Deritend Sir John Smedley Crooke Conservative
Birmingham Duddeston Oliver Edwin Simmonds Conservative
Birmingham Edgbaston Neville Chamberlain Conservative
Birmingham Erdington John Frederick Eales Conservative
Birmingham Handsworth Oliver Locker-Lampson Conservative
Birmingham King's Norton Ronald Cartland Conservative
Birmingham Ladywood Geoffrey Lloyd Conservative
Birmingham Moseley Sir Patrick Hannon Conservative
Birmingham Sparkbrook Leo Amery Conservative
Birmingham West Sir Austen Chamberlain Conservative
Birmingham Yardley Edward William Salt Conservative
Bishop Auckland Hugh Dalton Labour
Blackburn
(Two members)
Sir Walter Dorling Smiles Conservative
George Sampson Elliston Conservative
Blackpool Roland Robinson Conservative
Blaydon William Whiteley Labour
Bodmin John Rathbone Conservative
Bolton
(Two members)
Cyril Entwistle Conservative
Sir John Haslam Conservative
Bootle Eric Errington Conservative
Bosworth William Edge Liberal National
Bothwell James C. Welsh Labour
Bournemouth Sir Henry Page Croft Conservative
Bow and Bromley George Lansbury Labour
Bradford Central William Leach Labour
Bradford East Joseph Hepworth Conservative
Bradford North Eugene Ramsden Conservative
Bradford South Herbert Holdsworth Liberal
Brecon and Radnor Hon. Ivor Guest National
Brentford and Chiswick Harold Paton Mitchell Conservative
Bridgwater Reginald Croom-Johnson Conservative
Brigg David Quibell Labour
Brighton
(Two members)
Sir Alfred Cooper Rawson Conservative
Sir George Tryon Conservative
Bristol Central Lord Apsley Conservative
Bristol East Sir Stafford Cripps Labour
Bristol North Robert Bernays Liberal
Bristol South Alexander Walkden Labour
Bristol West Cyril Tom Culverwell Conservative
Brixton Nigel Colman Conservative
Bromley Sir Edward Campbell Conservative
Broxtowe Seymour Cocks Labour
Buckingham Sir George Bowyer, Bt Conservative
Buckrose Albert Braithwaite Conservative
Burnley Wilfrid Burke Labour
Burslem Andrew McLaren Labour
Burton John Gretton Conservative
Bury Alan Ernest Leofric Chorlton Conservative
Bury St Edmunds Frank Heilgers Conservative

C[edit]

Caerphilly Morgan Jones Labour
Caithness and Sutherland Sir Archibald Sinclair, Bt Liberal
Camberwell North Charles Ammon Labour
Camberwell North West Hon. Oscar Guest Conservative
Camborne Peter Agnew Conservative
Cambridge Richard Tufnell Conservative
Cambridgeshire Richard George Briscoe Conservative
Cambridge University
(Two members)
Sir John James Withers Conservative
Kenneth Pickthorn Conservative
Cannock William Murdoch Adamson Labour
Canterbury Sir William Wayland Conservative
Cardiff Central Sir Ernest Nathaniel Bennett National Labour
Cardiff East Owen Temple-Morris Conservative
Cardiff South Arthur Evans Conservative
Cardiganshire Owen Evans Liberal
Carlisle Louis Spears Conservative
Carmarthen Daniel Hopkin Labour
Carnarvon Boroughs David Lloyd-George Independent Liberal
Carnarvonshire Goronwy Owen Independent Liberal
Chatham Leonard Plugge Conservative
Chelmsford John Macnamara Conservative
Chelsea Sir Samuel Hoare, Bt Conservative
Cheltenham Sir Walter Preston Conservative
Chertsey Sir Archibald Boyd-Carpenter Conservative
City of Chester Sir Charles Cayzer, Bt Conservative
Chesterfield George Benson Labour
Chester-le-Street Jack Lawson Labour
Chichester John Sewell Courtauld Conservative
Chippenham Victor Cazalet Conservative
Chislehurst Sir Waldron Smithers Conservative
Chorley Sir Douglas Hacking Conservative
Cirencester and Tewkesbury William Morrison Conservative
City of London
(Two members)
Sir Alan Garrett Anderson Conservative
Sir Thomas Vansittart Bowater, Bt Conservative
Clapham Sir John Leigh, Bt Conservative
Clay Cross Alfred Holland Labour
Cleveland Robert Tatton Bower Conservative
Clitheroe Sir William Brass Conservative
Coatbridge James Barr Labour
Colchester Oswald Lewis Conservative
Colne Valley Ernest Marklew Labour
Combined English Universities
(Two members)
Eleanor Rathbone Independent
Sir Reginald Craddock Conservative
Combined Scottish Universities
(Three members)
John Graham Kerr Conservative
George Alexander Morrison Liberal National
Noel Skelton Conservative
Cornwall North Sir Francis Dyke Acland, Bt Liberal
Consett David Adams Labour
Coventry William Frederick Strickland Conservative
Crewe Sir Donald Somervell Conservative
Croydon North Hon. Glyn Mason Conservative
Croydon South Herbert Williams Conservative
Cumberland North Wilfrid Roberts Liberal

D[edit]

Darlington Charles Peat Conservative
Dartford Frank Edward Clarke Conservative
Darwen Stuart Russell Conservative
Daventry Hon. Edward FitzRoy Speaker (Conservative)
Denbigh Sir Henry Morris-Jones Liberal National
Deptford Walter Henry Green Labour Co-op
Derby
(Two members)
James Henry Thomas National Labour
William Allan Reid Conservative
Derbyshire North East Frank Lee Labour
Derbyshire South Paul Emrys-Evans Conservative
Derbyshire West The Marquess of Hartington Conservative
Devizes Sir Percy Hurd Conservative
Dewsbury Benjamin Riley Labour
Doncaster Alfred Short Labour
Don Valley Tom Williams Labour
Dorset East Gordon Hall Caine Conservative
Dorset North Sir Cecil Hanbury Conservative
Dorset, South Viscount Cranborne Conservative
Dorset West Philip Colfox Conservative
Dover Hon. John Astor Conservative
Down
(Two members)
Sir David Reid Ulster Unionist
Viscount Castlereagh Ulster Unionist
Dudley Dudley Joel Conservative
Dulwich Bracewell Smith Conservative
Dumbarton Burghs David Kirkwood Labour
Dumfriesshire Sir Henry Fildes Liberal National
Dunbartonshire Hon. Archibald Cochrane Conservative
Dundee
(Two members)
Dingle Foot Liberal
Florence Horsbrugh Conservative
Dunfermline Burghs William McLean Watson Labour
Durham Joshua Ritson Labour

E[edit]

Ealing Sir Frank Sanderson, Bt Conservative
Eastbourne Charles Taylor Conservative
East Grinstead Sir Henry Cautley, Bt Conservative
East Ham North John Mayhew Conservative
East Ham South Alfred Barnes Labour Co-op
Ebbw Vale Aneurin Bevan Labour
Eccles Robert Cary Conservative
Eddisbury Richard John Russell Liberal National
Edinburgh Central James Guy Conservative
Edinburgh East Frederick Pethick-Lawrence Labour
Edinburgh North Alexander Erskine-Hill Conservative
Edinburgh South Sir Samuel Chapman Conservative
Edinburgh West Thomas Cooper Conservative
Edmonton Francis Broad Labour Co-op
Elland Thomas Levy Conservative
Enfield Bartle Bull Conservative
Epping Winston Churchill Conservative
Epsom Archibald Southby Conservative
Essex South East Victor Raikes Conservative
Evesham Rupert de la Bere Conservative
Exeter Arthur Reed Conservative
Eye Edgar Granville Liberal National

F[edit]

Fareham Sir Thomas Inskip Conservative
Farnham Sir Arthur Samuel, Bt Conservative
Farnworth Guy Rowson Labour
Faversham Adam Maitland Conservative
Fermanagh and Tyrone
(Two members)
Patrick Cunningham Irish Nationalist (Abstent.)
Anthony Mulvey Irish Nationalist (Abstent.)
Fife East James Henderson Stewart Liberal National
Fife West Willie Gallacher Communist
Finchley John Crowder Conservative
Finsbury George Woods Labour Co-op
Flintshire Gwilym Rowlands Conservative
Forest of Dean Morgan Philips Price Labour
Forfarshire William Thomas Shaw Conservative
Frome Mavis Tate Conservative
Fulham East Hon. William Astor Conservative
Fulham West Sir Cyril Cobb Conservative
Fylde Lord Stanley Conservative

G[edit]

Gainsborough Harry Crookshank Conservative
Galloway John Mackie Conservative
Gateshead Thomas Magnay Liberal National
Gillingham Sir Robert Gower Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton James Maxton Independent Labour Party
Glasgow Camlachie Campbell Stephen Independent Labour Party
Glasgow Cathcart John Train Conservative
Glasgow Central Sir William Alexander Conservative
Glasgow Gorbals George Buchanan Independent Labour Party
Glasgow Govan Neil Maclean Labour
Glasgow Hillhead Sir Robert Horne Conservative
Glasgow Kelvingrove Walter Elliott Conservative
Glasgow Maryhill John James Davidson Labour
Glasgow Partick Arthur Young Conservative
Glasgow Pollok Sir John Gilmour, Bt Conservative
Glasgow St. Rollox William Leonard Labour Co-op
Glasgow Shettleston John McGovern Independent Labour Party
Glasgow Springburn George Hardie Labour
Glasgow Tradeston Tom Henderson Labour Co-op
Gloucester Leslie Boyce Conservative
Gower David Grenfell Labour
Grantham Sir Victor Warrender, Bt Conservative
Gravesend Sir Irving Albery Conservative
Great Yarmouth Arthur Harbord Liberal National
Greenock Sir Godfrey Collins Liberal National
Greenwich Sir George Hume Conservative
Grimsby Walter Womersley Conservative
Guildford Sir John Jarvis, Bt Conservative

H[edit]

Hackney Central Frederick Charles Watkins Labour
Hackney North Austin Hudson Conservative
Hackney South Herbert Morrison Labour
Halifax Gilbert Gledhill Conservative
Hamilton Duncan Macgregor Graham Labour
Hammersmith North D. N. Pritt Labour
Hammersmith South James Douglas Cooke Conservative
Hampstead George Balfour Conservative
Hanley Arthur Hollins Labour
Harborough Ronald Tree Conservative
Harrow Sir Isidore Salmon Conservative
The Hartlepools William Gritten Conservative
Harwich Stanley Holmes Liberal National
Hastings Lord Eustace Percy Conservative
Hemel Hempstead J. C. C. Davidson Conservative
Hemsworth George Griffiths Labour
Hendon Sir Reginald Blair Conservative
Henley Sir Gifford Fox, Bt Conservative
Hereford James Thomas Conservative
Hertford Sir Murray Sueter Conservative
Hexham Douglas Clifton Brown Conservative
Heywood and Radcliffe Richard Whitaker Porritt Conservative
High Peak Sir Alfred Law Conservative
Hitchin Sir Arnold Wilson Conservative
Holborn Sir Robert Tasker Conservative
Holderness Sir Samuel Savery Conservative
Holland-with-Boston Sir James Blindell Liberal National
Honiton Cedric Drewe Conservative
Horncastle Henry Haslam Conservative
Hornsey Euan Wallace Conservative
Horsham and Worthing The Earl Winterton Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring William Stewart Labour
Howdenshire William Carver Conservative
Huddersfield William Mabane Liberal National
Hull Central Walter Windsor Labour
Hull East George Muff Labour
Hull North West Sir Lambert Ward, Bt Conservative
Hull South West Richard Law Conservative
Huntingdonshire Sidney Peters Liberal National
Hythe Sir Philip Sassoon, Bt Conservative

I[edit]

Ilford Sir George Hamilton Conservative
Ilkeston George Oliver Labour
Ince Gordon Macdonald Labour
Inverness Sir Murdoch Macdonald Liberal National
Ipswich Sir Francis Ganzoni, Bt Conservative
Isle of Ely James Armand de Rothschild Liberal
Isle of Thanet Harold Balfour Conservative
Isle of Wight Peter Macdonald Conservative
Islington East Thelma Cazalet-Keir Conservative
Islington North Albert Goodman Conservative
Islington South William Cluse Labour
Islington West Frederick Montague Labour

J[edit]

Jarrow Ellen Wilkinson Labour

K[edit]

Keighley Hastings Lees-Smith Labour
Kennington Sir George Harvey Conservative
Kensington North James Duncan Conservative
Kensington South Sir William Davison Conservative
Kettering John Eastwood Conservative
Kidderminster Sir John Wardlaw-Milne Conservative
Kilmarnock Kenneth Lindsay National Labour
King's Lynn Hon. Somerset Maxwell Conservative
Kingston-upon-Thames Sir Frederick Penny, Bt Conservative
Kingswinford Arthur Henderson Labour
Kinross & West Perthshire The Duchess of Atholl Conservative
Kirkcaldy District of Burghs Tom Kennedy Labour
Knutsford Sir Ernest Makins Conservative

L[edit]

Lambeth North George Strauss Labour
Lanark Lord Dunglass Conservative
Lanarkshire North William Anstruther-Gray Conservative
Lancaster Herwald Ramsbotham Conservative
Leeds Central Richard Denman National Labour
Leeds North Osbert Peake Conservative
Leeds North East Sir John Dearman Birchall Conservative
Leeds South Henry Charleton Labour
Leeds South East James Milner Labour
Leeds West Samuel Vyvyan Trerice Adams Conservative
Leek William Bromfield Labour
Leicester East Abraham Lyons Conservative
Leicester South Charles Waterhouse Conservative
Leicester West Hon. Harold Nicolson National Labour
Leigh John Joseph Tinker Labour
Leith Ernest Brown Liberal National
Leominster Ernest Shepperson Conservative
Lewes Hon. John Loder Conservative
Lewisham East Sir Assheton Pownall Conservative
Lewisham West Sir Philip Dawson Conservative
Leyton East Sir Frederick Mills, Bt Conservative
Leyton West Reginald Sorensen Labour
Lichfield James Alexander Lovat-Fraser National Labour
Lincoln Walter Liddall Conservative
Linlithgowshire George Mathers Labour
Liverpool East Toxteth Patrick Buchan-Hepburn Conservative
Liverpool Edge Hill Alexander Critchley Conservative
Liverpool Everton Bertie Kirby Labour
Liverpool Exchange Sir John Joseph Shute Conservative
Liverpool Fairfield Sir Edmund Brocklebank Conservative
Liverpool Kirkdale Robert Rankin Conservative
Liverpool Scotland David Logan Labour
Liverpool Walton Reginald Purbrick Conservative
Liverpool Wavertree Peter Stapleton Shaw Conservative
Liverpool West Derby David Maxwell Fyfe Conservative
Liverpool West Toxteth Joseph Gibbins Labour
Llandaff and Barry Patrick Munro Conservative
Llanelli John Henry Williams Labour
London University Sir Ernest Graham-Little National
Londonderry Sir Ronald Ross Ulster Unionist
Lonsdale Lord Balniel Conservative
Loughborough Lawrence Kimball Conservative
Louth Arthur Heneage Conservative
Lowestoft Pierse Loftus Conservative
Ludlow George Windsor-Clive Conservative
Luton Leslie Burgin Liberal National

M[edit]

Macclesfield John Remer Conservative
Maidstone Alfred Bossom Conservative
Maldon Sir Edward Ruggles-Brise, Bt Conservative
Manchester Ardwick Joseph Henderson Labour
Manchester Blackley John Lees-Jones Conservative
Manchester Clayton John Jagger Labour
Manchester Exchange Peter Thorp Eckersley Conservative
Manchester Gorton Joseph Compton Labour
Manchester Hulme Joseph Nall Conservative
Manchester Moss Side William Rostron Duckworth Conservative
Manchester Platting J. R. Clynes Labour
Manchester Rusholme Edmund Radford Conservative
Manchester Withington Edward Fleming Conservative
Mansfield Charles Brown Labour
Melton William Lindsay Everard Conservative
Merioneth Sir Henry Haydn Jones Liberal
Merthyr S. O. Davies Labour
Middlesbrough East Alfred Edwards Labour
Middlesbrough West Frank Kingsley Griffith Liberal
Middleton and Prestwich Sir Nairne Stewart Sandeman, Bt Conservative
Midlothian North John Colville Conservative
Midlothian South and Peebles Archibald Maule Ramsay Conservative
Mitcham Sir Richard Meller Conservative
Monmouth John Arthur Herbert Conservative
Montgomeryshire Clement Davies Liberal National
Montrose Charles Kerr Liberal National
Moray & Nairn Hon. James Stuart Conservative
Morpeth Robert Taylor Labour
Mossley Austin Hopkinson National
Motherwell James Walker Labour

N[edit]

Neath Sir William Jenkins Labour
Nelson and Colne Sydney Silverman Labour
Newark The Marquess of Titchfield Conservative
Newbury Howard Clifton Brown Conservative
Newcastle-under-Lyme Josiah Wedgwood Labour
Newcastle-upon-Tyne Central Alfred Denville Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne East Sir Robert Aske, Bt Liberal National
Newcastle-upon-Tyne North Sir Nicholas Grattan-Doyle Conservative
Newcastle-upon-Tyne West Sir Joseph Leech Conservative
New Forest and Christchurch John Digby Mills Conservative
Newport Sir Reginald Clarry Conservative
Newton Sir Robert Young Labour
Norfolk East Viscount Elmley Liberal National
Norfolk North Sir Thomas Cook Conservative
Norfolk South James Christie Conservative
Norfolk South West Somerset de Chair Conservative
Normanton Tom Smith Labour
Northampton Sir Mervyn Manningham-Buller, Bt Conservative
Northwich Lord Colum Crichton-Stuart Conservative
Norwich
(Two members)
Geoffrey Shakespeare Liberal National
Henry Strauss Conservative
Norwood Duncan Sandys Conservative
Nottingham Central Sir Terence O'Connor Conservative
Nottingham East Louis Gluckstein Conservative
Nottingham South Frank Markham National Labour
Nottingham West Arthur Hayday Labour
Nuneaton Reginald Fletcher Labour

O[edit]

Ogmore Edward Williams Labour
Oldham
(Two members)
John Samuel Dodd Liberal National
Hamilton Kerr Conservative
Orkney and Shetland Basil Neven-Spence Conservative
Ormskirk Sir Sam Tom Rosbotham National Labour
Oswestry Bertie Leighton Conservative
Oxford Robert Croft Bourne Conservative
Oxford University
(Two members)
A. P. Herbert Independent
Lord Hugh Cecil Conservative

P[edit]

Paddington North Brendan Bracken Conservative
Paddington South Ernest Augustus Taylor Conservative
Paisley Hon. Joseph Maclay Liberal
Peckham Viscount Borodale Conservative
Pembrokeshire Gwilym Lloyd George Independent Liberal
Penistone Henry McGhee Labour
Penrith and Cockermouth Alan Gandar-Dower Conservative
Penryn and Falmouth Maurice Petherick Conservative
Perth Thomas Hunter Conservative
Peterborough Lord Burghley Conservative
Petersfield Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith Conservative
Plymouth Devonport Leslie Hore-Belisha Liberal National
Plymouth Drake Hon. Frederick Guest Conservative
Plymouth Sutton The Viscountess Astor Conservative
Pontefract Adam Hills Labour
Pontypool Arthur Jenkins Labour
Pontypridd David Lewis Davies Labour
Poplar South David Morgan Adams Labour
Portsmouth Central Hon. Ralph Beaumont Conservative
Portsmouth North Sir Roger Keyes, Bt Conservative
Portsmouth South Sir Herbert Cayzer, Bt Conservative
Preston
(Two members)
William Kirkpatrick Conservative
Adrian Moreing Conservative
Pudsey and Otley Sir Charles Granville Gibson Conservative
Putney Marcus Reginald Anthony Samuel Conservative

Q[edit]

Queen's University of Belfast Thomas Sinclair Ulster Unionist

R[edit]

Reading Alfred Howitt Conservative
Reigate Gordon Touche Conservative
Renfrewshire, East The Marquess of Douglas and Clydesdale Conservative
Renfrewshire, West Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn Conservative
Rhondda East William Mainwaring Labour
Rhondda West William John Labour
Richmond (Yorks) Thomas Dugdale Conservative
Richmond upon Thames William Ray Conservative
Ripon John Waller Hills Conservative
Rochdale William Kelly Labour
Romford John Parker Labour
Ross and Cromarty Sir Ian Macpherson, Bt Liberal National
Rossendale Ronald Cross Conservative
Rotherham William Dobbie Labour
Rotherhithe Ben Smith Labour
Rother Valley Edward Dunn Labour
Rothwell William Lunn Labour
Roxburgh and Selkirk Lord William Montagu Douglas Scott Conservative
Royton Harold Sutcliffe Conservative
Rugby David Margesson Conservative
Rushcliffe Ralph Assheton Conservative
Rutherglen Allan Chapman Conservative
Rutland and Stamford Lord Willoughby de Eresby Conservative
Rye Sir George Courthope, Bt Conservative

S[edit]

Saffron Walden R. A. Butler Conservative
St Albans Sir Francis Edward Fremantle Conservative
St Helens William Albert Robinson Labour
St Ives Walter Runciman Liberal National
St Marylebone Alec Cunningham-Reid Conservative
St Pancras North Ian Fraser Conservative
St Pancras South East Sir Alfred Beit, Bt Conservative
St Pancras South West Sir George Gibson Mitcheson Conservative
Salford North John Patrick Morris Conservative
Salford South Hon. John Stourton Conservative
Salford West James Frederick Emery Conservative
Salisbury James Despencer-Robertson Conservative
Scarborough and Whitby Sir Paul Latham, Bt Conservative
Seaham Manny Shinwell Labour
Sedgefield John Leslie Labour
Sevenoaks Charles Ponsonby Conservative
Sheffield, Attercliffe Cecil Henry Wilson Labour
Sheffield, Brightside Fred Marshall Labour
Sheffield, Central William Boulton Conservative
Sheffield, Ecclesall Sir Robert Ellis, Bt Conservative
Sheffield, Hallam Sir Louis Smith Conservative
Sheffield, Hillsborough A. V. Alexander Labour Co-op
Sheffield, Park George Lathan Labour
Shipley Arthur Creech Jones Labour
Shoreditch Ernest Thurtle Labour
Shrewsbury George Arthur Victor Duckworth Conservative
Skipton George Rickards Conservative
Smethwick Roy Wise Conservative
Southampton
(Two members)
William Craven-Ellis Conservative
Sir Charles Barrie Liberal National
Southend-on-Sea Henry "Chips" Channon Conservative
South Molton George Lambert Liberal National
Southport Robert Hudson Conservative
South Shields James Chuter Ede Labour
Southwark Central Harry Day Labour
Southwark North Edward Anthony Strauss Liberal National
Southwark South East Thomas Naylor Labour
Sowerby Malcolm McCorquodale Conservative
Spelthorne Sir Reginald Blaker, Bt Conservative
Spennymoor Joseph Batey Labour
Spen Valley Sir John Simon Liberal National
Stafford Hon. William Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Stalybridge and Hyde Philip Dunne Conservative
Stepney Limehouse Clement Attlee Labour
Stepney Mile End Daniel Frankel Labour
Stirling and Falkirk Joseph Westwood Labour
Stirlingshire East and Clackmannan Lauchlin MacNeill Weir Labour
Stirlingshire West Thomas Johnston Labour
Stockport
(Two members)
Sir Arnold Gridley Conservative
Norman Hulbert Conservative
Stockton on Tees Harold Macmillan Conservative
Stoke Newington Sir George Jones Conservative
Stoke-on-Trent Ellis Smith Labour
Stone Joseph Lamb Conservative
Stourbridge Robert Harry Morgan Conservative
Streatham Sir William Lane Mitchell Conservative
Stretford Anthony Crossley Conservative
Stroud Walter Perkins Conservative
Sudbury Henry Burton Conservative
Sunderland
(Two members)
Stephen Furness Liberal National
Samuel Storey Conservative
Surrey East Charles Emmott Conservative
Swansea East David Williams Labour
Swansea West Lewis Jones Liberal National
Swindon Wavell Wakefield Conservative

T[edit]

Tamworth Sir John Mellor, Bt Conservative
Taunton Edward Wickham Conservative
Tavistock Colin Patrick Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Robin Turton Conservative
Thornbury Derrick Gunston Conservative
Tiverton Gilbert Acland-Troyte Conservative
Tonbridge Herbert Spender-Clay Conservative
Torquay Charles Williams Conservative
Totnes Ralph Rayner Conservative
Tottenham North Robert Morrison Labour Co-op
Tottenham South Fred Messer Labour
Twickenham Edward Keeling Conservative
Tynemouth Sir Alexander West Russell Conservative

U[edit]

University of Wales Ernest Evans Liberal
Uxbridge John Jestyn Llewellin Conservative

W[edit]

Wakefield Arthur Greenwood Labour
Wallasey John Moore-Brabazon Conservative
Wallsend Irene Ward Conservative
Walsall Joseph Leckie Liberal National
Walthamstow East Sir Brograve Beauchamp, Bt Conservative
Walthamstow West Valentine McEntee Labour
Wandsworth Central Sir Henry Jackson, Bt Conservative
Wansbeck Bernard Cruddas Conservative
Warrington Noel Goldie Conservative
Warwick and Leamington Anthony Eden Conservative
Waterloo Malcolm Bullock Conservative
Watford Sir Dennis Herbert Conservative
Wednesbury John Banfield Labour
Wellingborough Archibald James Conservative
Wells Anthony Muirhead Conservative
Wentworth Wilfred Paling Labour
West Bromwich Frederick Roberts Labour
Westbury Robert Grimston Conservative
Western Isles Malcolm Macmillan Labour
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 Davies Labour
Westminster Abbey Sidney Herbert Conservative
Westminster St George's Duff Cooper Conservative
Westmorland Hon. Oliver Stanley Conservative
Weston-super-Mare Ian Orr-Ewing Conservative
Whitechapel & St Georges James Henry Hall Labour
Whitehaven Frank Anderson Labour
Widnes Richard Pilkington Conservative
Wigan John Parkinson Labour
Willesden East Daniel Somerville Conservative
Willesden West Samuel Viant Labour
Wimbledon Sir John Power, Bt Conservative
Winchester Gerald Palmer Conservative
Windsor Annesley Somerville Conservative
Wirral Alan Crosland Graham Conservative
Wolverhampton Bilston Ian Hannah Conservative
Wolverhampton East Geoffrey Mander Liberal
Wolverhampton West Sir Robert Bird, Bt Conservative
Woodbridge Walter Ross-Taylor Conservative
Wood Green Beverley Baxter Conservative
Woolwich East George Hicks Labour
Woolwich West Sir Kingsley Wood Conservative
Worcester William Pomeroy Crawford Greene Conservative
Workington Tom Cape Labour
The Wrekin James Baldwin-Webb Conservative
Wrexham Robert Richards Labour
Wycombe Sir Alfred Knox Conservative

Y[edit]

Yeovil George Davies Conservative
York Roger Lumley Conservative

By-elections[edit]

See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.

History[edit]

  • A declaration was made to Parliament 3 September 1939[1] by PM Neville Chamberlain that "this country is at war with Germany", as it had been since 9am that day upon the expiration of an unobserved deadline to cease German fire in Poland.
  • The King commissioned a change in Administration on 10 May 1940, and Winston Churchill became Prime Minister on 13 May 1940 with a resolution "That this House welcomes the formation of a Government representing the united and inflexible resolve of the nation to prosecute the war with Germany to a victorious conclusion."[2]
  • On 29 January 1942, Clement Attlee's motion was voted, "That this House has confidence in His Majesty's Government and will aid it to the utmost in the vigorous prosecution of the War," and passed by a margin of 464 Ayes to 1 Noe (Maxton, J.).[3]
  • A motion to censure the Government of Churchill, "That this House, while paying tribute to the heroism and endurance of the Armed Forces of the Crown in circumstances of exceptional difficulty, has no confidence in the central direction of the war," was defeated on 2 July 1942 by a count of 475 Noes to 25 Ayes. Sir John Wardlaw-Milne was mover, and Mr. Aneurin Bevan was seconder.[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Whitaker's Almanacks for 1939 and 1944