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Alfred Barnes

Alfred Barnes

President of the Stratford Co-operative and Industrial Society in 1919. Minister of Transport, 1945-51.

From Newham Story: "In 1915 Alfred Barnes, a socialist, won the presidency {of the Stratford Co-operative and Industrial Society}. Although defeated he regained his position in 1919, became a Labour and Co-operative MP for East Ham and a Minister in the 1945-51 Labour Government."

 

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Alfred Barnes

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Stratford Co-operative and Industrial Society

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