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Charles Delacourt-Smith, Baron Delacourt-Smith

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Charles George Percy Delacourt-Smith, Baron Delacourt-Smith (25 April 1917 – 2 August 1972) was a British trade unionist and Labour Party politician. Background and education Born in Windsor and named after his father, he was the only son of Charles Smith and his wife Ethel. He was educated at Windsor Grammar School and went then to Wadham College, Oxford, graduating with a Master of Arts At Oxford he was elected Librarian of the Oxford Union. Working life After university, he became employed at the New Fabian Research Bureau as a research assistant. In 1939, he came to the Civil Service Clerical Association and was an assistant secretary until 1953. Subsequently, he joined the Post Office Engineering Union, serving as its general secretary 1967. In 1960, he was nominated a justice of the peace, assigned to the County of London.
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