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James Haworth Wikipedia
James Haworth (1896 – 16 December 1976) was a British Labour politician.
He was a railwayman and active in the Railway Clerks Association. Refused recognition as a conscientious objector in the First World War, he was in Preston Prison (along with Sydney Silverman), and then went to Princetown Work Centre in the erstwhile Dartmoor Prison.
In the 1945 general election he was elected Member of Parliament for Liverpool Walton.
Haworth failed to return to the House of Commons, standing unsuccessfully for Liverpool Walton in the 1950 general election. He was defeated again standing for Chelmsford in the 1951 general election.