David Campbell (British politician)

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Sir
David Campbell
KBE, CMG
Member of Parliament
for Belfast South
In office
4 November 1952 – 12 June 1963
Preceded by Conolly Gage
Succeeded by Rafton Pounder
Personal details
Born (1891-01-29)29 January 1891
Died 12 June 1963(1963-06-12) (aged 72)
Nationality British
Political party Ulster Unionist Party
Religion Protestant

Sir David Callender Campbell KBE, CMG (29 January 1891 - 12 June 1963) was an Ulster Unionist politician in Northern Ireland. He was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Belfast South in a 1952 by-election, and served until his death in 1963. In 1959 while leader of the UUP Westminster MP's, he became involved in the row over Catholic membership of the UUP when he supported the idea in a letter to the party leader.[1]

He served as Lieutenant-Governor of Malta, 1943–1952.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Walker, Graham, A history of the Ulster Unionist Party, Manchester University Press 2004. pg 148

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Conolly Gage
Member of Parliament for Belfast South
1952–1963
Succeeded by
Rafton Pounder