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Left wing Trade Unionist and Labour politician who was MP for Preston between 1918-1931. He was Minister of Labour in 1924 and Secretary of State for War between 1929-1931.

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  • Article Name: Thomas Shaw
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  • Description: Thomas Shaw History Left wing Trade Unionist and Labour politician who was MP for Preston between 1918-1931. He was [...]

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