Harold Neal

Harold Neal (3 July 1897 – 24 August 1972) was a British Labour politician.wikipedia
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Clay Cross (UK Parliament constituency)

Clay Cross
He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Clay Cross from a 1944 by-election to 1950, and after boundary changes, for Bolsover from 1950 until his retirement in 1970, preceding Dennis Skinner.

Bolsover (UK Parliament constituency)

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He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Clay Cross from a 1944 by-election to 1950, and after boundary changes, for Bolsover from 1950 until his retirement in 1970, preceding Dennis Skinner.

Dennis Skinner

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He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Clay Cross from a 1944 by-election to 1950, and after boundary changes, for Bolsover from 1950 until his retirement in 1970, preceding Dennis Skinner.

Labour Party (UK)

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Harold Neal (3 July 1897 – 24 August 1972) was a British Labour politician.

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He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Clay Cross from a 1944 by-election to 1950, and after boundary changes, for Bolsover from 1950 until his retirement in 1970, preceding Dennis Skinner.

Philip Noel-Baker

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Neal was Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fuel and Power, Philip Noel-Baker, in 1951.

Patrick Cormack

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Cormack contested the safe Labour parliamentary seat of Bolsover at the 1964 general election, where he lost to the sitting MP Harold Neal, who won with a majority of 23,103 votes.

Attlee ministry

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Derbyshire Miners' Association

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Joseph Lynch (trade unionist)

Joseph Lynch
However, when Wright died in 1938, Lynch defeated twelve other candidates, including Sales and Harold Neal, to win the post.