Derbyshire North East

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Philip Guedalla - Politics
... Liberal at the 1922 general election in Hackney North in a straight fight with the incumbent Conservative Sir Walter Greene, MP ... wings of the party, Guedalla was unable to gain Derbyshire North East and fell to the foot of the poll behind the Conservatives ... He tried again in Derbyshire North East at the 1924 general election but again came third behind the Tories in a three-cornered fight ...

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