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Labour MP and Minister under Harold Wilson. Deputy Leader of the Party between 1972-1976. Probably best known for ‘Short Money’ – the allowance paid by government to fund the parliamentary office of the Leader of the Opposition.

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  • Article Name: Edward Short
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Edward Short History Labour MP and Minister under Harold Wilson. Deputy Leader of the Party between 1972-1976. Probably [...]

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