Arthur Dean (British politician)

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Arthur Wellesley Dean (27 August 1857 – 7 February 1929)[1] was a Conservative Party[2] politician in the United Kingdom.

Dean of Carlton Scroop Manor, Grantham,[3] was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Holland with Boston at a by-election in July 1924[4] and re-elected at the general election in November 1924.[5] He held the seat until his death in early 1929.[1] The resulting by-election for his seat was won by the Liberal Party candidate James Blindell,[6] the Liberals' last by-election gain until the Torrington by-election, 1958.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Stapleton Royce
Member of Parliament for Holland with Boston
19241929
Succeeded by
James Blindell