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vote was split, however – the competing candidate being his friend, and later biographer, Mary Stocks – and the Tory candidate won. Soon after that, Ernest switched his allegiance to the Labour Party, joining his wife Shena, who had been a member since 1935. This connection with Eleanor Rathbone was more than a belated opportunity for Ernest; they had been allies in Parliament in earlier years, and by all accounts got on very well. This, of course, is a very nice coincidence for me, given Eleanor Rathbone’s place in my own family history. Simon supported her work in

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