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THE 23 Catholics in the new House of Commons are: Mr. Pat Bartley, Lab., Chester-IeStreet.

Mr. P. Ingress Bell, Con., Bolton East.

Col. Oliver Crosthwaite-Eyre, Con.. New Forest.

Mrs. A. Cullen, Lab., Gorbals, Glasgow. Mr. Hugh Delargy, Lab., Thurrock Essex.

Mr. W. J. Edwards, Lab., Stepney. Mr. Richard Ewart, Lab., Sunderland South.

Mr. Anthony Fell, Con., Yarmouth, Hon. Hugh Fraser, Con., Stafford and Stone. Mr. Cahir Healy. Anti-Partition, Fermanagh and South Tyrone.

Mr. Christopher Hollis, Con, Devizes.

Mr. David Logan, Lab., Scotland, Liverpool.

Mr. John McGovern, Lab., Shettleston, Glasgow.

Mr. John McKay, Lab., Wallsend. Mr. Robert Mellish, Lab., Bermondsey.

Dr. H. B. Morgan, Lab., Warrington.

Mr. Tom O'Brien, Lab., Nottingham North.

Mr. Michael O'Neill, Irish Republican, Mid Ulster. Mr. Richard Stokes, Lab., Ipswich. Mr. William Teeling, Con., Pavilion, Brighton.

Mr. John Timmons, Lab., Bothwell. Lanarkshire.

Mr. William Wells, Lab., Walsall. Mr. John Wheatley, Lab., Edinburgh East.




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