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Frederick Hall (1855 – 18 April 1933) was a Liberal Party then Labour Party politician in England.

He was elected to the House of Commons at a by-election in 1905 as a Liberal, following the death of the sitting Member of Parliament (MP), William Parrott. In 1909 his trade union instructed him to take the Labour Party whip and from then on he sat as a Labour MP. He represented the constituency for 28 years, until his death in 1933, aged 78.

At the 1933 Normanton by-election held after his death, the Labour candidate Tom Smith was returned unopposed.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
William Parrott
Member of Parliament for Normanton
1905–1933
Succeeded by
Tom Smith
Political offices
Preceded by
C. W. Bowerman
Oldest Member of Parliament
1931 - 1933
Succeeded by
Will Thorne

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