Frederick Joseph Laverack

Frederick Joseph Laverack (1871 – 11 April 1928) was an English social worker, campaigner for the blind and Liberal Member of Parliament.

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Brixton (UK Parliament Constituency) - Election Results - Elections in The 1920s
... Colman 10,358 48.1 Labour James Adams 6,032 28.0 Liberal Frederick Joseph Laverack 5,134 23.9 Majority 4,326 20.1 Turnout 39,953 53.9 Conservative hold Swing -5.3 General Election 1924 Lambeth, Brixton Party Candidate ... Adams 7,210 25.9 Liberal Frederick Joseph Laverack 4,871 17.5 Majority 8,545 30.7 Turnout 40,134 69.4 Conservative gain from Liberal Swing +18.9 General Election 1923. 11,284 54.8 Liberal Frederick Joseph Laverack 9,316 45.2 Majority 1,968 9.6 Turnout 39,004 52.8 Conservative hold Swing N/A ...

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