Cripps is a surname of English origin, and may refer to:

  • Andrew Cripps, Australian politician
  • Annabelle Cripps, competitive swimmer
  • Arthur Shearly Cripps, Anglican priest and writer
  • Charles Cripps, 1st Baron Parmoor, British politician
  • Colin Cripps, Musician
  • Humphrey Cripps, British businessman and philanthropist
  • David Cripps, Musician
  • Godfrey Cripps, Cricketer
  • Harry Cripps, Footballer
  • Jeff Cripps, Musical producer
  • Mick Cripps, Musician
  • Peggy Cripps, Children's author
  • Stafford Cripps, British politician

Other articles related to "cripps":

Andrew Cripps
... Andrew Peter Cripps (born 5 February 1981) is an Australian politician who is a member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland and Minister for Natural Resources and Mines ... Cripps was re-elected in 2009 for Liberal National Party following the merger of the Liberal Party and The Nationals in Queensland ... Since 27 November 2010 Cripps has been the Shadow Minister for North Queensland, Reef Protection and Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Economic Development and the Shadow Minister for Public ...
Cripps Question
... In patent law, the Cripps question is "Was it for all practical purpose obvious to any skilled chemist in the state of chemical knowledge existing at the date of the patent which ... It was posed by Stafford Cripps in a British patent case about n-hexyl resorcinol, Sharp Dohme Inc v Boots Pure Drug Company Ltd and approved by the Master of the Rolls Lord Hanworth in the ... Referred to later as the Cripps question, this way of formulating the issue of inventive step in English law was deployed for many years thereafter ...
Lionel Cripps
... The Hon Lionel Cripps CMG (11 October 1863 - 3 February 1950) was the first Speaker of the Southern Rhodesian Legislative Assembly ... Simla, India, the son of a General in the Bengal Staff Corps and his wife and educated in England, Cripps moved to South Africa in 1879, where he took up farming ... In 1890, Cripps served as a trooper in A Troop of the Pioneer Column that occupied Mashonaland before prospecting in the Mazoe district and eventually settling near Umtali to farm tobacco ...
Arthur Allen (Labour Politician) - Relationship To Cripps
... which his Conservative opponent Major Anthony Cripps was the nephew of Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir Stafford Cripps Allen retained his seat with an improved majority after the intervention of a ... In the new Parliament, Sir Stafford Cripps appointed Allen to be his Parliamentary Private Secretary ... In June 1950, Allen helped to defend Cripps against a Conservative motion which called for the United Kingdom to participate in negotiations on the "Schuman ...