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British Labour MP who was Minister for Health in the 1924 Labour government. Responsible for a Housing Act, encouraging councils to build affordable municipal housing for the working classes to rent.

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  • Article Name: John Wheatley
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  • Description: John Wheatley History British Labour MP who was Minister for Health in the 1924 Labour government. Responsible for a [...]

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