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Liberal politician who served in various offices. Chaired the Simon Commission on India’s future between 1927-1931. Foreign Secretary and Home Secretary in the National Governments, responsible for the Public Order Act 1936 that restricted activities of Oswald Mosley’s blackshirts.

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  • Article Name: John Simon
  • Author: Asa Briggs
  • Description: Sir John Simon History Liberal politician who served in various offices. Chaired the Simon Commission on India's future [...]

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