Thomas Isaac Mardy Jones
Thomas Isaac Mardy Jones (21 January 1879 – 26 August 1970) was a British politician and miner. The son of a Welsh miner, who later died in the mines, Jones rose up the ranks of the Labour Party to become Member of Parliament for Pontypridd in 1922.
In December 1930 Jones gave his wife and 12-year-old daughter a pair of Commons rail vouchers, which they were caught using. Jones was taken to court and fined. He was de-selected by his local Labour Party but contested the 1931 General Election as an Independent Labour candidate. He lost his seat, only polling 1,110 votes and finished in third place.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Thomas Jones
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
Thomas Arthur Lewis
|Member of Parliament for Pontypridd
1922 – 1931
David Lewis Davies
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|Checkweighman at Mardy Colliery
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