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David Hardman

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David Rennie Hardman (18 October 1901 – 6 December 1989) was a British Labour Party politician. Early life and education Although he was born in London, David Hardman moved to Coleraine in Ireland with his parents when he was very young because his father (also David Hardman) was made head of Coleraine Technical Academy. He grew up in Coleraine with his sisters Grace and Alice. David Hardman's education was interrupted by the First World War and it is understood he was called up when he was 17 on or after 18 October 1918. David deferred his place at Christ's College, Cambridge because of his military service, but, once at Cambridge he became the first Socialist President of the Cambridge Union in 1924. His parents had been members of the Fabian Society and he was an active socialist. Political career He unsuccessfully contested Cambridge at the 1929 general election. At the 1945 general election, he was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Darlington, defe
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