Albert Roberts

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This article is about the British politician. For the Governor of Tennessee, see Albert H. Roberts.
For the New Zealand cricketer, see Alby Roberts.

Albert Roberts (14 May 1908 – 11 May 2000) was a British Labour politician.

Roberts was educated at Whitwood Technical College and worked as a mining engineer and mines inspector for the Yorkshire Safety Board 1941-51. He was elected a councillor on Rothwell Urban District Council 1937-51, serving as chair in 1948.

Roberts was Member of Parliament for Normanton from 1951 to 1983. His successor was Bill O'Brien. He was vice-chairman of the British branch of the Inter-Parliamentary Union.


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Thomas Brooks
Member of Parliament for Normanton
Succeeded by
Bill O'Brien