List of Mps Elected in The Northern Ireland General Election

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List Of MPs Elected In The Northern Ireland General Election, 1933 - Changes
1934 Jack Beattie expelled from the Northern Ireland Labour Party, and sat as an independent Labour member. 4 June 1934 Thomas Joseph Campbell elected for the Nationalists in Belfast Central, following the death of Joseph Devlin. 22 March 1935 Arthur Brownlow Mitchell elected for the Unionists in Queen's University of Belfast, following the resignation of Robert McNeill ...

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