Great Yarmouth Constitutional Labour Party; 1948-; political party; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

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Great Yarmouth Constitutional Labour Party; 1948-; political party; Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

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1948-

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The first meeting of the Great Yarmouth Constitutional Labour Party, at which its founding constitution was laid out, was held on 10 July 1948 at 51 King Street, Great Yarmouth (SO 215/1/2/2, p1).\r\nSee also the Great Yarmouth Divisional Labour Party. The Great Yarmouth Constitutional Labour Party replaced the Great Yarmouth Divisional Labour Party in July 1948 due to changes brought about by a new parliamentary division in Great Yarmouth, as required by the Representation of the People Bill. In effect this transition was not immediate since the Management and Executive Committees of the Great Yarmouth Constitutional Labour Party could not be elected until 23 September. Therefore, it was agreed that the Management and Executive Committees of the Great Yarmouth Divisional Labour Party would remain in being until the end of September and could be called to meet and the discretion of the secretary (SO 215/1/2/1, p120).

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Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

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GB/153/NM/5626

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Created on: 07/04/2004 by Drohv

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