|Member of Parliament
30 May 1929 – 29 May 1953
|Preceded by||George Alfred Spencer|
|Succeeded by||William Warbey|
|Born||Frederick Seymour Cocks
25 October 1882
Darlington, County Durham, England, UK
|Died||29 May 1953
|Independent Labour Party|
|Photographic portrait of Cocks in the National Portrait Gallery, London. Taken by Walter Stoneman, 13 January 1950.|
Born in Darlington, Cocks was educated at Plymouth College and became a journalist. He joined the Independent Labour Party and wrote several tracts for the party and for the Union of Democratic Control. He stood unsuccessfully for Maidstone in the 1923 general election. He was elected to the safe seat of Broxtowe in the 1929 general election.
He is also an author of an important biography of noted humanitarian and fellow Labour Party member E. D. Morel, E.D. Morel, The Man and his work.
Cocks held Broxtowe until his death in Hendon in 1953 aged 70.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Seymour Cocks
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
George Alfred Spencer
|Member of Parliament for Broxtowe
1929 – 1953
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