[8] Labour recognised that the seat was vulnerable but hoped that Latham's good constituency reputation would give him a personal vote. Carr-Gomm had been MP for Rotherhithe from 1906 to 1918 and Private Secretary to Henry Campbell Bannerman as Prime Minister, but had no links to the area. However, Fardell's popularity (he had been Knighted since the previous election) held and he won the seat by nearly two to one. Left the House of Commons on 24 January 1895 — unknown. Lidiard was accused of having broken his pledge by a questioner, in a meeting which ended with blows being struck. There was a lively campaign with a great attendance and much heckling at public meetings in support of the various candidates. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. A merger of the two was expected to be marginal, although in the 1970 election the Labour Party was ahead by 442 votes. However he had never been an anti-Semite and after the election wrote to Sir Oswald Mosley protesting his use of antisemitism and resigning from the party. The disbanded CLP then purported to expel from membership George Brown, who lived in the constituency, on the grounds that he had broken Labour Party policy. Initially the Commission proposed to transfer the Maida Vale ward from Paddington North to St Marylebone constituency, and merge the remainder of Paddington North with the whole of Paddington South in a Paddington borough constituency. Churchill had originally declared his intention to fight in the Birmingham Central division, but decided to go for this constituency where he had his London home. On 10 February 1965, it was announced that the constituency party had been disbanded and that a new organisation would be formed from the bottom up. Taylor said the result was a great blow "to those wobblers who, while not opposing [Empire Free Trade], are afraid to adopt it". Nicholas Scott had established a reputation as a very moderate Conservative, supporting reforms to abortion, homosexuality and divorce on free votes, vigorously opposing Enoch Powell's views on racial integration and becoming President of Progress for Economic and Social Toryism (PEST).

Conservative) candidates in the London County Council election of that spring helped his standing in the Conservative Association and the constituency, and when a general meeting of the Association was held in March, there were only four members voting against his endorsement. Following the 1964 election, the Labour Party decided that the situation in South Paddington CLP could no longer be tolerated. At the general meeting of the Association on 2 February 1895, he sent a letter stating that he agreed that his name could go forward to follow Lord Randolph Churchill but did not want to consent to any course of action that would cause dissension in the Association.

Further representations led the Commission to revise their recommendations again, and to include Hyde Park ward in the Paddington constituency. The initial proposals by the Parliamentary Boundary Commission for England in the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies published in October 2011 proposed a Paddington borough constituency consisting of the City of Westminster wards of Bayswater, Lancaster Gate, Harrow Road, Hyde Park, Little Venice, Maida Vale, Queen's Park and Westbourne (which were in the previous Paddington constituency), and Abbey Road ward. Beaverbrook and Rothermere's newspapers strongly supported their candidate. Lawrence, who was the incumbent Liberal MP for City of London, later complained that he had been induced to stand, and then found that a large number of previously unknown people who were not on the electoral register had been added to the committee only 48 hours before the ballot, and that that was the reason Skinner won on the night by seven votes.

On 5 October, Williams announced "in the present national emergency" that he would withdraw his candidature, and the South Paddington Conservative Association declared that it would not divide the forces supporting the National government. They once again concentrated on Paddington North. Paddington was one of three Metropolitan Boroughs with very large electorates, and its total was higher than any other. At the 'coupon' election of 1918, Harris received the endorsement of the Coalition and was therefore readopted without any difficulty. Although originally developed as a residential area of some quality, this area swiftly declined. Lawrence therefore decided to fight the seat as an unofficial Liberal candidate. Churchill responded that he did intend seeking re-election, and it would be as a Conservative, and that he would give the same support he had given in the past.

Paddington South was a Parliamentary constituency in London which returned one Member of Parliament. On 18 March 1948 the Government put down amendments to the Bill which included awarding two seats to Paddington. Labour polled just over a quarter of the vote. They found a candidate in the form of Williamson Milne, a company director. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Previous MPs in this constituency. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Future MPs in this constituency. [5] The new constituency was a precise merger of the two previous Paddington divisions. By now in his early seventies, Vice-Admiral Taylor decided in 1947 to retire at the next election. This was very common among British parliamentary constituencies in rural areas, one name referring to their main town and another indicating that they were in, say, the southern part of the relevant county. Wegg-Prosser later became a forceful and effective anti-fascist speaker. At the 1885 general election, the seat was expected to be a reasonably fair bet for the Conservatives and therefore Conservative MP Lord Randolph Churchill chose it as a bolthole after his existing constituency of Woodstock was abolished in boundary changes. King's statements that there was no difference between his policy and that of Lloyd George, and his 1918 pledge to be free of party ties, were publicised to show that he had acted hypocritically in becoming a Whip for Bonar Law. Page Hopps, the Liberal candidate, came from Leicester and said at a public meeting at the opening of the campaign that he had no hope of beating Lord Randolph Churchill but had decided to fight because of abusive language used in Churchill's election address and in order to show him that he could not have South Paddington all to himself. His wife was elected to the London County Council from Paddington South in 1949.

It was a compact urban area, but predominantly wealthy, and was most famously represented by Lord Randolph Churchill during the latter part of his career. This change took effect at the February 1974 general election. Vice-Admiral Taylor soon eclipsed Mrs Stewart-Richardson as the principal right-wing challenger to the Conservative, despite her insistence on standing even "if an Admiral or anybody else came and took her policy"; the South Paddington division had one of the highest proportions of women voters in the country. Many of the leading members of the disbanded CLP were not readmitted to the new organisation, including William Dow. Westminster was allocated only two constituencies in place of three, and the Boundary Commission proposed that three wards from the northern part of the abolished St Marylebone constituency, Church Street, Hamilton Terrace and Lords form part of a larger Paddington constituency. Following the end of the war, the Conservatives were confident of re-election and Vice-Admiral Taylor again offered himself as the Conservative candidate. Labour reselected Charles Wegg-Prosser, who had been elected to Paddington Borough Council in November 1945, and had now set up a Solicitor's practice on Praed Street.

However, the Labour government decided to postpone the implementation of the report, and Paddington South ended up having its last election in 1970. Lidiard hit at the press, saying that he had been beaten "by the most intensive press campaign of abuse and misrepresentation ever known in any by-election in our political history", and asserted that "the electors have been misled". [3] A division into redrawn Paddington North and Paddington South borough constituencies followed. Shortly thereafter the South Paddington Liberal Association chose a locally-resident barrister, F. T. H. Henlé, as their candidate. Charles Wegg-Prosser decided not to be the Labour candidate in the 1959 election, and the South Paddington Constituency Labour Party selected Dennis Nisbet, a left-winger who was an administrative officer of the National Coal Board. Shortly after noon, the result was declared with Vice-Admiral Taylor winning by 941. Paddington was a parliamentary constituency centred on the Paddington district of London. On Queensway, Whiteleys Department Store had been founded in 1863 and steadily expanded, having a major rebuilding in 1908-12. Neither party believed they could challenge the Conservative hold on the constituency and Scott was re-elected with his majority increased to 2,613, although the swing to the Conservatives was notably smaller than in some neighbouring seats.
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[8] Labour recognised that the seat was vulnerable but hoped that Latham's good constituency reputation would give him a personal vote. Carr-Gomm had been MP for Rotherhithe from 1906 to 1918 and Private Secretary to Henry Campbell Bannerman as Prime Minister, but had no links to the area. However, Fardell's popularity (he had been Knighted since the previous election) held and he won the seat by nearly two to one. Left the House of Commons on 24 January 1895 — unknown. Lidiard was accused of having broken his pledge by a questioner, in a meeting which ended with blows being struck. There was a lively campaign with a great attendance and much heckling at public meetings in support of the various candidates. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. A merger of the two was expected to be marginal, although in the 1970 election the Labour Party was ahead by 442 votes. However he had never been an anti-Semite and after the election wrote to Sir Oswald Mosley protesting his use of antisemitism and resigning from the party. The disbanded CLP then purported to expel from membership George Brown, who lived in the constituency, on the grounds that he had broken Labour Party policy. Initially the Commission proposed to transfer the Maida Vale ward from Paddington North to St Marylebone constituency, and merge the remainder of Paddington North with the whole of Paddington South in a Paddington borough constituency. Churchill had originally declared his intention to fight in the Birmingham Central division, but decided to go for this constituency where he had his London home. On 10 February 1965, it was announced that the constituency party had been disbanded and that a new organisation would be formed from the bottom up. Taylor said the result was a great blow "to those wobblers who, while not opposing [Empire Free Trade], are afraid to adopt it". Nicholas Scott had established a reputation as a very moderate Conservative, supporting reforms to abortion, homosexuality and divorce on free votes, vigorously opposing Enoch Powell's views on racial integration and becoming President of Progress for Economic and Social Toryism (PEST).

Conservative) candidates in the London County Council election of that spring helped his standing in the Conservative Association and the constituency, and when a general meeting of the Association was held in March, there were only four members voting against his endorsement. Following the 1964 election, the Labour Party decided that the situation in South Paddington CLP could no longer be tolerated. At the general meeting of the Association on 2 February 1895, he sent a letter stating that he agreed that his name could go forward to follow Lord Randolph Churchill but did not want to consent to any course of action that would cause dissension in the Association.

Further representations led the Commission to revise their recommendations again, and to include Hyde Park ward in the Paddington constituency. The initial proposals by the Parliamentary Boundary Commission for England in the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies published in October 2011 proposed a Paddington borough constituency consisting of the City of Westminster wards of Bayswater, Lancaster Gate, Harrow Road, Hyde Park, Little Venice, Maida Vale, Queen's Park and Westbourne (which were in the previous Paddington constituency), and Abbey Road ward. Beaverbrook and Rothermere's newspapers strongly supported their candidate. Lawrence, who was the incumbent Liberal MP for City of London, later complained that he had been induced to stand, and then found that a large number of previously unknown people who were not on the electoral register had been added to the committee only 48 hours before the ballot, and that that was the reason Skinner won on the night by seven votes.

On 5 October, Williams announced "in the present national emergency" that he would withdraw his candidature, and the South Paddington Conservative Association declared that it would not divide the forces supporting the National government. They once again concentrated on Paddington North. Paddington was one of three Metropolitan Boroughs with very large electorates, and its total was higher than any other. At the 'coupon' election of 1918, Harris received the endorsement of the Coalition and was therefore readopted without any difficulty. Although originally developed as a residential area of some quality, this area swiftly declined. Lawrence therefore decided to fight the seat as an unofficial Liberal candidate. Churchill responded that he did intend seeking re-election, and it would be as a Conservative, and that he would give the same support he had given in the past.

Paddington South was a Parliamentary constituency in London which returned one Member of Parliament. On 18 March 1948 the Government put down amendments to the Bill which included awarding two seats to Paddington. Labour polled just over a quarter of the vote. They found a candidate in the form of Williamson Milne, a company director. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Previous MPs in this constituency. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Future MPs in this constituency. [5] The new constituency was a precise merger of the two previous Paddington divisions. By now in his early seventies, Vice-Admiral Taylor decided in 1947 to retire at the next election. This was very common among British parliamentary constituencies in rural areas, one name referring to their main town and another indicating that they were in, say, the southern part of the relevant county. Wegg-Prosser later became a forceful and effective anti-fascist speaker. At the 1885 general election, the seat was expected to be a reasonably fair bet for the Conservatives and therefore Conservative MP Lord Randolph Churchill chose it as a bolthole after his existing constituency of Woodstock was abolished in boundary changes. King's statements that there was no difference between his policy and that of Lloyd George, and his 1918 pledge to be free of party ties, were publicised to show that he had acted hypocritically in becoming a Whip for Bonar Law. Page Hopps, the Liberal candidate, came from Leicester and said at a public meeting at the opening of the campaign that he had no hope of beating Lord Randolph Churchill but had decided to fight because of abusive language used in Churchill's election address and in order to show him that he could not have South Paddington all to himself. His wife was elected to the London County Council from Paddington South in 1949.

It was a compact urban area, but predominantly wealthy, and was most famously represented by Lord Randolph Churchill during the latter part of his career. This change took effect at the February 1974 general election. Vice-Admiral Taylor soon eclipsed Mrs Stewart-Richardson as the principal right-wing challenger to the Conservative, despite her insistence on standing even "if an Admiral or anybody else came and took her policy"; the South Paddington division had one of the highest proportions of women voters in the country. Many of the leading members of the disbanded CLP were not readmitted to the new organisation, including William Dow. Westminster was allocated only two constituencies in place of three, and the Boundary Commission proposed that three wards from the northern part of the abolished St Marylebone constituency, Church Street, Hamilton Terrace and Lords form part of a larger Paddington constituency. Following the end of the war, the Conservatives were confident of re-election and Vice-Admiral Taylor again offered himself as the Conservative candidate. Labour reselected Charles Wegg-Prosser, who had been elected to Paddington Borough Council in November 1945, and had now set up a Solicitor's practice on Praed Street.

However, the Labour government decided to postpone the implementation of the report, and Paddington South ended up having its last election in 1970. Lidiard hit at the press, saying that he had been beaten "by the most intensive press campaign of abuse and misrepresentation ever known in any by-election in our political history", and asserted that "the electors have been misled". [3] A division into redrawn Paddington North and Paddington South borough constituencies followed. Shortly thereafter the South Paddington Liberal Association chose a locally-resident barrister, F. T. H. Henlé, as their candidate. Charles Wegg-Prosser decided not to be the Labour candidate in the 1959 election, and the South Paddington Constituency Labour Party selected Dennis Nisbet, a left-winger who was an administrative officer of the National Coal Board. Shortly after noon, the result was declared with Vice-Admiral Taylor winning by 941. Paddington was a parliamentary constituency centred on the Paddington district of London. On Queensway, Whiteleys Department Store had been founded in 1863 and steadily expanded, having a major rebuilding in 1908-12. Neither party believed they could challenge the Conservative hold on the constituency and Scott was re-elected with his majority increased to 2,613, although the swing to the Conservatives was notably smaller than in some neighbouring seats.
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paddington south constituency


Entered the House of Commons on 25 October 1951 — General election. The Labour candidate was an odd compromise: Hon. In the Initial Report of the Parliamentary Boundary Commission for England published in October 1947, the Commission recommended that the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington should form an undivided Parliamentary Borough returning one member, with an electorate on 15 October 1946 of 87,032. When Lidiard declared that he would break the whip to vote in favour of Empire Free Trade, a statement welcomed by Beaverbrook, Neville Chamberlain wrote to him asking for clarification; Lidiard replied stating that he took this position in order to preserve the unity of his local association. Look after yourself!" Although the proposals were immediately laid before Parliament they were not brought forward by the Government for approval. With a narrow Parliament and an election possibly imminent, the Conservative Association quickly selected Robert Allan as their new candidate. A Paddington borough constituency has three times been recommended during early stages of Boundar… No Liberal candidate was nominated. "Where hunt the voter is the name of the game". In line with the national swing, Allan improved his majority. By the time the Boundary Commission began to look again at constituency boundaries in London, ward boundaries in Westminster had changed and the constituency consisted of eight electoral wards of the City of Westminster: Bayswater, Harrow Road, Hyde Park, Lancaster Gate, Little Venice, Maida Vale, Queen’s Park, and Westbourne. This response was not entirely satisfactory to the executive of the association, but a majority decided that he would be recommended for endorsement as their candidate. Dow was charged with obstruction of the police over an incident when he tried to prevent the eviction of a family from St Stephen's Gardens in August 1963. Paddington had a Borough Labour Party at the time but its efforts were concentrated in the much more promising North division, and therefore Harris once again had the luxury of an unopposed re-election. Rev. The volte-face by Lidiard incensed Beaverbrook who organised a meeting of Empire Crusaders on 17 October at which Vice-Admiral Ernest Taylor was adopted as the Empire Crusader candidate. At the time, Paddington North was safe Labour, while Paddington South was safe Conservative, and the new constituency had some sharp social contrasts. Labour chose Richard Balfe, then still a student researcher, to fight the seat. however, the election never took place. Meanwhile, Robert Allan left the government in 1960 to become Treasurer of the Conservative Party, an unpaid post that was identified as a stepping-stone to higher office.

[8] Labour recognised that the seat was vulnerable but hoped that Latham's good constituency reputation would give him a personal vote. Carr-Gomm had been MP for Rotherhithe from 1906 to 1918 and Private Secretary to Henry Campbell Bannerman as Prime Minister, but had no links to the area. However, Fardell's popularity (he had been Knighted since the previous election) held and he won the seat by nearly two to one. Left the House of Commons on 24 January 1895 — unknown. Lidiard was accused of having broken his pledge by a questioner, in a meeting which ended with blows being struck. There was a lively campaign with a great attendance and much heckling at public meetings in support of the various candidates. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. A merger of the two was expected to be marginal, although in the 1970 election the Labour Party was ahead by 442 votes. However he had never been an anti-Semite and after the election wrote to Sir Oswald Mosley protesting his use of antisemitism and resigning from the party. The disbanded CLP then purported to expel from membership George Brown, who lived in the constituency, on the grounds that he had broken Labour Party policy. Initially the Commission proposed to transfer the Maida Vale ward from Paddington North to St Marylebone constituency, and merge the remainder of Paddington North with the whole of Paddington South in a Paddington borough constituency. Churchill had originally declared his intention to fight in the Birmingham Central division, but decided to go for this constituency where he had his London home. On 10 February 1965, it was announced that the constituency party had been disbanded and that a new organisation would be formed from the bottom up. Taylor said the result was a great blow "to those wobblers who, while not opposing [Empire Free Trade], are afraid to adopt it". Nicholas Scott had established a reputation as a very moderate Conservative, supporting reforms to abortion, homosexuality and divorce on free votes, vigorously opposing Enoch Powell's views on racial integration and becoming President of Progress for Economic and Social Toryism (PEST).

Conservative) candidates in the London County Council election of that spring helped his standing in the Conservative Association and the constituency, and when a general meeting of the Association was held in March, there were only four members voting against his endorsement. Following the 1964 election, the Labour Party decided that the situation in South Paddington CLP could no longer be tolerated. At the general meeting of the Association on 2 February 1895, he sent a letter stating that he agreed that his name could go forward to follow Lord Randolph Churchill but did not want to consent to any course of action that would cause dissension in the Association.

Further representations led the Commission to revise their recommendations again, and to include Hyde Park ward in the Paddington constituency. The initial proposals by the Parliamentary Boundary Commission for England in the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies published in October 2011 proposed a Paddington borough constituency consisting of the City of Westminster wards of Bayswater, Lancaster Gate, Harrow Road, Hyde Park, Little Venice, Maida Vale, Queen's Park and Westbourne (which were in the previous Paddington constituency), and Abbey Road ward. Beaverbrook and Rothermere's newspapers strongly supported their candidate. Lawrence, who was the incumbent Liberal MP for City of London, later complained that he had been induced to stand, and then found that a large number of previously unknown people who were not on the electoral register had been added to the committee only 48 hours before the ballot, and that that was the reason Skinner won on the night by seven votes.

On 5 October, Williams announced "in the present national emergency" that he would withdraw his candidature, and the South Paddington Conservative Association declared that it would not divide the forces supporting the National government. They once again concentrated on Paddington North. Paddington was one of three Metropolitan Boroughs with very large electorates, and its total was higher than any other. At the 'coupon' election of 1918, Harris received the endorsement of the Coalition and was therefore readopted without any difficulty. Although originally developed as a residential area of some quality, this area swiftly declined. Lawrence therefore decided to fight the seat as an unofficial Liberal candidate. Churchill responded that he did intend seeking re-election, and it would be as a Conservative, and that he would give the same support he had given in the past.

Paddington South was a Parliamentary constituency in London which returned one Member of Parliament. On 18 March 1948 the Government put down amendments to the Bill which included awarding two seats to Paddington. Labour polled just over a quarter of the vote. They found a candidate in the form of Williamson Milne, a company director. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Previous MPs in this constituency. Early Day Motions signed by this MP; Future MPs in this constituency. [5] The new constituency was a precise merger of the two previous Paddington divisions. By now in his early seventies, Vice-Admiral Taylor decided in 1947 to retire at the next election. This was very common among British parliamentary constituencies in rural areas, one name referring to their main town and another indicating that they were in, say, the southern part of the relevant county. Wegg-Prosser later became a forceful and effective anti-fascist speaker. At the 1885 general election, the seat was expected to be a reasonably fair bet for the Conservatives and therefore Conservative MP Lord Randolph Churchill chose it as a bolthole after his existing constituency of Woodstock was abolished in boundary changes. King's statements that there was no difference between his policy and that of Lloyd George, and his 1918 pledge to be free of party ties, were publicised to show that he had acted hypocritically in becoming a Whip for Bonar Law. Page Hopps, the Liberal candidate, came from Leicester and said at a public meeting at the opening of the campaign that he had no hope of beating Lord Randolph Churchill but had decided to fight because of abusive language used in Churchill's election address and in order to show him that he could not have South Paddington all to himself. His wife was elected to the London County Council from Paddington South in 1949.

It was a compact urban area, but predominantly wealthy, and was most famously represented by Lord Randolph Churchill during the latter part of his career. This change took effect at the February 1974 general election. Vice-Admiral Taylor soon eclipsed Mrs Stewart-Richardson as the principal right-wing challenger to the Conservative, despite her insistence on standing even "if an Admiral or anybody else came and took her policy"; the South Paddington division had one of the highest proportions of women voters in the country. Many of the leading members of the disbanded CLP were not readmitted to the new organisation, including William Dow. Westminster was allocated only two constituencies in place of three, and the Boundary Commission proposed that three wards from the northern part of the abolished St Marylebone constituency, Church Street, Hamilton Terrace and Lords form part of a larger Paddington constituency. Following the end of the war, the Conservatives were confident of re-election and Vice-Admiral Taylor again offered himself as the Conservative candidate. Labour reselected Charles Wegg-Prosser, who had been elected to Paddington Borough Council in November 1945, and had now set up a Solicitor's practice on Praed Street.

However, the Labour government decided to postpone the implementation of the report, and Paddington South ended up having its last election in 1970. Lidiard hit at the press, saying that he had been beaten "by the most intensive press campaign of abuse and misrepresentation ever known in any by-election in our political history", and asserted that "the electors have been misled". [3] A division into redrawn Paddington North and Paddington South borough constituencies followed. Shortly thereafter the South Paddington Liberal Association chose a locally-resident barrister, F. T. H. Henlé, as their candidate. Charles Wegg-Prosser decided not to be the Labour candidate in the 1959 election, and the South Paddington Constituency Labour Party selected Dennis Nisbet, a left-winger who was an administrative officer of the National Coal Board. Shortly after noon, the result was declared with Vice-Admiral Taylor winning by 941. Paddington was a parliamentary constituency centred on the Paddington district of London. On Queensway, Whiteleys Department Store had been founded in 1863 and steadily expanded, having a major rebuilding in 1908-12. Neither party believed they could challenge the Conservative hold on the constituency and Scott was re-elected with his majority increased to 2,613, although the swing to the Conservatives was notably smaller than in some neighbouring seats.

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