Albert Buckley

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Albert Buckley DSO (10 April 1877 – 13 November 1965), was a British Conservative politician.

Buckley entered Parliament for Waterloo in the 1918 general election. He held office under Bonar Law as a Junior Lord of the Treasury from 1922 to 1923 and under Bonar Law and later Stanley Baldwin as Secretary for Overseas Trade from March to November 1923. However, as a proponent of Free Trade Buckley was in disagreement with Baldwin, and his local party withheld its support of him as a prospective candidate.[1] He retired at the 1923 general election and never returned to the House of Commons.

Buckley died in November 1965, aged 88.


  1. ^ The Times, Tuesday, 20 November 1923, page 14

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
New constituency Member of Parliament for Waterloo
Succeeded by
Harold Malcolm Bullock
Political offices
Preceded by
James Parker
Sir John Gilmour
Junior Lord of the Treasury
1922 – 1923
With: Douglas King 1922–1923
George Hennessy 1922–1923
Frederick Thomson 1923
Succeeded by
Douglas King
George Hennessy
Frederick Thomson
William Cope
Preceded by
Sir William Joynson-Hicks
Secretary for Overseas Trade