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Backbenches in United Kingdom

History of the Backbenches

The following commentary about Backbenches in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill College (Cambridge): Those seats in the House of Commons occupied by ordinary members of Parliament who do not hold ministerial office within the Government or are not spokesmen for the opposition.

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  • Article Name: Backbenches
  • Author: Agnes Murphy
  • Description: History of the Backbenches The following commentary about Backbenches in the Churchill Era is produced by the Churchill [...]

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