Thomas Broad

Thomas Tucker Broad
Rev. Thomas Tucker Broad (1863 – 26 January 1935), was a British Congregational Minister and Liberal Party politician.wikipedia
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Clay Cross (UK Parliament constituency)

Clay Cross
Broad was Liberal candidate for the new Clay Cross division of Derbyshire at the 1918 General Election.

Liberal Party (UK)

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Rev. Thomas Tucker Broad (1863 – 26 January 1935), was a British Congregational Minister and Liberal Party politician.

New College London

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Broad was educated at New College, London and University College, London.

Derbyshire

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Broad was Liberal candidate for the new Clay Cross division of Derbyshire at the 1918 General Election.

Coalition Coupon

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He received the "coalition coupon" and there was no Unionist Party candidate opposing him.

Conservative Party (UK)

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He received the "coalition coupon" and there was no Unionist Party candidate opposing him.

Labour Party (UK)

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He won the seat with a majority of 8% of the votes over his Labour Party opponent.

1922 United Kingdom general election

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For the 1922 election, when he stood as a National Liberal, the local Liberal association not only decided to run an anti-coalition candidate against him but had attracted former Liberal cabinet minister, Charles Masterman as their candidate.

National Liberal Party (UK, 1922)

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For the 1922 election, when he stood as a National Liberal, the local Liberal association not only decided to run an anti-coalition candidate against him but had attracted former Liberal cabinet minister, Charles Masterman as their candidate.

Charles Masterman

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For the 1922 election, when he stood as a National Liberal, the local Liberal association not only decided to run an anti-coalition candidate against him but had attracted former Liberal cabinet minister, Charles Masterman as their candidate.

1923 United Kingdom general election

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At the 1923 general election, with the two factions of the Liberal Party reunited, Broad stood in the Leyton East, but came third with only 28% of the votes.

Leyton East (UK Parliament constituency)

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At the 1923 general election, with the two factions of the Liberal Party reunited, Broad stood in the Leyton East, but came third with only 28% of the votes.

Parliament of the United Kingdom

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He did not stand for Parliament again.

Hans Asmussen

He belonged to the Reich Fraternal Council, and along with Karl Barth and Thomas Broad, drafted the Barmen Declaration and presented it at the first Barmer Confessional Synod of 1934 as the introduction speech.

Frank Hall (trade unionist)

Frank Hall
Instead, Hall was selected to contest Clay Cross at the 1918 general election, but he lost narrowly to the Coalition Liberal candidate, Thomas Tucker Broad.