List of MPs elected in the 1906 United Kingdom general election

This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected at the 1906 general election, held over several days from 12 January to 8 February 1906.

1895–1900 Parliament
1900–1906 Parliament
1906–January 1910 Parliament
January–December 1910 Parliament
December 1910–1918 Parliament
The party composition of the Commons following the election.


Constituency MP (Government Ministers in bold) Party (gains in bold)
Aberdeen North Pirie, Duncan Liberal
Aberdeen South Bryce, Rt Hon. James Liberal
Aberdeenshire East Annand, James Liberal
Aberdeenshire West Henderson, John Liberal
Abingdon Strauss, Edward Liberal
Accrington Leese, Joseph Liberal
Altrincham Crossley, William Liberal
Andover Faber, Walter Conservative
Anglesey Griffith, Ellis Liberal
Antrim East McCalmont, James Irish Unionist
Antrim Mid O'Neill, Hon. Robert Irish Unionist
Antrim North Glendinning, Robert Russelite> Ind. Liberal
Antrim South Craig, Charles Irish Unionist
Appleby Jones, Leif Liberal
Arfon Jones, William Liberal
Argyllshire Ainsworth, John Liberal
Armagh Mid Lonsdale, John Irish Unionist
Armagh North Saunderson, Rt Hon. Edward Irish Unionist
Armagh South McKillop, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Ashburton Eve, Harry Liberal
Ashford Hardy, Laurence Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Scott, Alfred Henry Liberal
Aston Manor Cecil, Evelyn Conservative
Aylesbury Rothschild, Hon. Walter Liberal Unionist
Ayr Burghs Younger, George Conservative
Ayrshire North Cochrane, Hon. Thomas Liberal Unionist
Ayrshire South Beale, William Liberal
Banbury Fiennes, Hon. Eustace Liberal
Banffshire Black, Alexander William Liberal
Barkston Ash Lane-Fox, George Conservative
Barnard Castle Henderson, Arthur Labour
Barnsley Walton, Joseph Liberal
Barnstaple Soares, Ernest Liberal
Barrow and Furness Duncan, Charles Labour
Basingstoke Arthur Frederick Jeffreys Conservative
Bassetlaw Newnes, Frank Liberal
(Two members)
Maclean, Donald Liberal
Gooch, George Peabody Liberal
Battersea Burns, Rt Hon. John Liberal
Bedford Barlow, Percy Liberal
Belfast, East Wolff, Gustav Wilhelm Irish Unionist
Belfast North Dixon, Sir Daniel Irish Unionist
Belfast South Sloan, Thomas Independent Unionist
Belfast West Devlin, Joseph Irish Parliamentary Party
Bermondsey Cooper, George Liberal
Berwick-upon-Tweed Grey, Rt Hon. Sir Edward Liberal
Berwickshire Tennant, Harold Liberal
Bethnal Green North East Cornwall, Edwin Liberal
Bethnal Green South West Pickersgill, Edward Liberal
Bewdley Baldwin, Alfred Conservative
Biggleswade Black, Arthur Liberal
Birkenhead Vivian, Henry Liberal
Birmingham Bordesley Collings, Jesse Liberal Unionist
Birmingham Central Parkes, Sir Ebenezer Liberal Unionist
Birmingham East Stone, Sir John Benjamin Conservative
Birmingham Edgbaston Lowe, Francis Conservative
Birmingham North Middlemore, John Liberal Unionist
Birmingham South Morpeth, Viscount Liberal Unionist
Birmingham West Chamberlain, Rt Hon. Joseph Liberal Unionist
Birr Reddy, Michael Irish Parliamentary Party
Bishop Auckland Paulton, James Mellor Liberal
(Two members)
Hornby, Sir Harry Conservative
Snowden, Philip Labour
Blackpool Ashley, Wilfrid Conservative
Bodmin Agar-Robartes, Hon. Thomas Liberal
(Two members)
Harwood, George Liberal
Gill, Alfred Henry Labour
Bootle Sandys, Thomas Conservative
Boston Faber, George Liberal
Bosworth McLaren, Sir Charles Liberal
Bow and Bromley Brooke, Stopford Liberal
Bradford Central Scott Robertson, Sir George Liberal
Bradford East Priestley, William Liberal
Bradford West Jowett, Fred Labour
Brecknockshire Robinson, Sidney Liberal
Brentford Rutherford, Vickerman Liberal
Bridgwater Montgomery, Henry Liberal
Brigg Reckitt, Harold Liberal
(Two members)
Ridsdale, Aurelian Liberal
Villiers, Ernest Liberal
Bristol East Hobhouse, Charles Liberal
Bristol North Birrell, Rt Hon. Augustine Liberal
Bristol South Davies, Howell Liberal
Bristol West Gibbs, George Conservative
Brixton Seaverns, Joel Liberal
Buckingham Verney, Frederick Liberal
Buckrose White, Luke Liberal
Burnley Maddison, Fred Liberal
Burton Ratcliff, Robert Liberal Unionist
Bury Toulmin, George Liberal
Bury St Edmunds Hervey, Frederick Conservative
Buteshire Lamont, Norman Liberal
Caithness-shire Harmsworth, Leicester Liberal
Camberwell North Macnamara, Thomas Liberal
Camborne Dunn, Albert Liberal
Cambridge Buckmaster, Stanley Liberal
Cambridge University
(Two members)
Butcher, Samuel Conservative
Rawlinson, John Conservative
Canterbury Henniker Heaton, John Conservative
Cardiff Guest, Hon. Ivor Liberal
Cardiganshire Vaughan-Davies, Matthew Liberal
Carlisle Chance, Frederick Liberal
Carlow Hammond, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Carmarthen Boroughs Williams, W. Llewelyn Liberal
Carmarthenshire East Thomas, Abel Liberal
Carmarthenshire West Morgan, John Lloyd Liberal
Carnarvon Lloyd George, Rt Hon. David Liberal
Cavan East Young, Samuel Irish Parliamentary Party
Cavan West Kennedy, Vincent Irish Parliamentary Party
Chatham Jenkins, John Labour
Chelmsford Rasch, Sir Carne Conservative
Chelsea Horniman, Emslie Liberal
Cheltenham Sears, John Liberal
Chertsey Marnham, Francis Liberal
Chester Mond, Alfred Liberal
Chester-le-Street Taylor, John Wilkinson Independent Labour > Labour
Chesterfield Haslam, James Liberal
Chesterton Montagu, Hon. Edwin Liberal
Chichester Talbot, Lord Edmund Conservative
Chippenham Dickson-Poynder, Sir John Liberal
Chorley Balcarres, Lord Conservative
Christchurch Allen, Arthur Acland Liberal
Cirencester Essex, Walter Liberal
Clackmannan and Kinrossshire Wason, Eugene Liberal
Clapham Thornton, Percy Conservative
Clare East Redmond, Willie Irish Parliamentary Party
Clare West Halpin, James Irish Parliamentary Party
Cleveland Samuel, Herbert Liberal
Clitheroe Shackleton, David Labour
Cockermouth Lawson, Sir Wilfrid Liberal
Colchester Pearson, Sir Weetman Liberal
Colne Valley Kitson, Sir James Liberal
Cork City
(Two members)
O'Brien, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Roche, Augustine Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork East Donelan, Anthony Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork Mid Sheehan, D. D. Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork North Flynn, James Christopher Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork North East Abraham, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork South Barry, Edward Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork South East Crean, Eugene Irish Parliamentary Party
Cork West Gilhooly, James Irish Parliamentary Party
Coventry Mason, A. E. W. Liberal
Crewe Tomkinson, James Liberal
Cricklade Massie, John Liberal
Croydon Arnold-Forster, Rt Hon. H. O. Liberal Unionist
Darlington Pease, Herbert Liberal Unionist
Dartford Rowlands, Jimmy Liberal
Darwen Rutherford, John Conservative
Denbigh Boroughs Edwards, Clement Liberal
Denbighshire East Moss, Samuel Liberal
Denbighshire West Roberts, Sir John Liberal
Deptford Bowerman, C. W. Labour
(Two members)
Roe, Sir Thomas Liberal
Bell, Richard Liberal
Derbyshire Mid Jacoby, Sir James Alfred Liberal
Derbyshire North East Bolton, Thomas Liberal
Derbyshire South Raphael, Herbert Liberal
Derbyshire West Cavendish, Rt Hon. Victor Liberal Unionist
Devizes Rogers, Francis Liberal
(Two members)
Kearley, Hudson Liberal
Benn, John Liberal
Dewsbury Runciman, Walter Liberal
Doncaster Nicholson, Charles Liberal
Donegal East McVeigh, Charles Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal North O'Doherty, Philip Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal South Swift MacNeill, J. G. Irish Parliamentary Party
Donegal West Law, Hugh Irish Parliamentary Party
Dorset East Lyell, Hon. Charles Liberal
Dorset North Wills, Arthur Walters Liberal
Dorset South Scarisbrick, Thomas Liberal
Dorset West Williams, Robert Conservative
Dover Wyndham, Rt Hon. George Conservative
Down East Craig, James Irish Unionist
Down North Corbett, Thomas Lorimer Irish Unionist
Down South McVeagh, Jeremiah Irish Parliamentary Party
Down West Liddell, Harry Irish Unionist
Droitwich Harmsworth, Cecil Liberal
Dublin North Clancy, J. J. Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin South Long, Rt Hon. Walter Irish Unionist
Dublin College Green Nannetti, Joseph Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin Harbour Harrington, Timothy Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Patrick's Field, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin St Stephen's Green Waldron, Laurence Irish Parliamentary Party
Dublin University
(Two members)
Carson, Rt Hon. Sir Edward Irish Unionist
Campbell, James Irish Unionist
Dudley Hooper, Arthur George Liberal
Dulwich Harris, Frederick Rutherfoord Conservative
Dunbartonshire White, J. D. Liberal
Dumfries Burghs Gulland, John Liberal
Dumfriesshire Molteno, Percy Liberal
Dundee Wilkie, Alexander Labour
Dundee Robertson, Edmund Liberal
Durham Hills, John Liberal Unionist
Durham Mid Wilson, John Liberal
Durham North West Atherley-Jones, Llewellyn Liberal
Durham South East Lambton, Viscount Liberal Unionist
Ealing Nield, Sir Herbert Conservative
East Grinstead Corbett, Charles Liberal
Eastbourne Beaumont, Hon. Hubert Liberal
Eccles Pollard, George Liberal
Eddisbury Stanley, Hon. Arthur Liberal
Edinburgh Central Price, Charles Edward Liberal
Edinburgh East McCrae, George Liberal
Edinburgh South Dewar, Arthur Liberal
Edinburgh West McIver, Sir Lewis Liberal Unionist
Edinburgh and St Andrews Universities Tuke, Sir John Batty Conservative
Egremont Fullerton, Hugh Liberal
Eifion Roberts, John Bryn Liberal
Elgin Burghs Sutherland, John Liberal
Elgin and Nairnshires Williamson, Archibald Liberal
Elland Trevelyan, Charles Liberal
Enfield Branch, James Liberal
Epping Lockwood, Rt Hon. Amelius Conservative
Epsom Keswick, William Conservative
Eskdale Howard, Hon. Geoffrey Liberal
Essex South East Whitehead, Rowland Liberal
Evesham Long, Charles Wigram Conservative
Exeter Kekewich, Sir George Liberal
Eye Stevenson, Francis Seymour Liberal
Falkirk Burghs Macdonald, John Liberal
Fareham Lee, Arthur Conservative
Faversham Napier, Thomas Liberal
Fermanagh North Fetherstonhaugh, Godfrey Irish Unionist
Fermanagh South Jordan, Jeremiah Irish Parliamentary Party
Fife East Asquith, Rt Hon. H. H. Liberal
Fife West Hope, John Deans Liberal
Finsbury Central Steadman, W. C. Liberal
Finsbury East Baker, Joseph Allen Liberal
Flint Boroughs Idris, Howell Liberal
Flintshire Lewis, Herbert Liberal
Forest of Dean Dilke, Rt Hon. Sir Charles Liberal
Forfarshire Sinclair, Rt Hon. John Liberal
Frome Barlow, John Liberal
Fulham Davies, Timothy Liberal
Gainsborough Renton, Leslie Liberal
Galway Borough Devlin, Charles Ramsay Irish Parliamentary Party
Galway Connemara O'Malley, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Galway East Roche, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Galway North Higgins, Thomas[1] Irish Parliamentary Party
Galway South Duffy, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Gateshead Johnson, John Liberal
Glamorganshire, East Thomas, Sir Alfred Liberal
Glamorganshire, Mid Evans, Samuel Liberal
Glamorganshire, South Brace, William Liberal
Glasgow Blackfriars and Hutchesontown Barnes, George Labour
Glasgow Bridgeton Cleland, James William Liberal
Glasgow Camlachie Cross, Alexander Liberal Unionist
Glasgow Central Torrance, Sir Andrew Mitchell Liberal
Glasgow College Watt, Harry Liberal
Glasgow St Rollox Wood, McKinnon Liberal
Glasgow Tradeston Corbett, Archibald Liberal Unionist
Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities Craik, Sir Henry Conservative
Gloucester Rea, Russell Liberal
Gorton Hodge, John Labour
Govan Duncan, Robert Conservative
Gower Williams, John Independent Lib-Lab
Grantham Priestley, Arthur Liberal
Gravesend Parker, Sir Gilbert Conservative
Great Grimsby Doughty, Sir George Liberal Unionist
Great Yarmouth Fell, Arthur Conservative
Greenock Stewart, Halley Liberal
Greenwich Jackson, Richard Liberal
Guildford Cowan, Henry Liberal
Hackney Central Spicer, Albert Liberal
Hackney North Hart-Davies, Thomas Liberal
Hackney South Bottomley, Horatio Liberal
Haddingtonshire Haldane, Rt Hon. Richard Liberal
Haggerston Cremer, Sir Randal Liberal
(Two members)
Parker, James Labour
Whitley, J. H. Liberal
Hallamshire Wadsworth, John Liberal
Hammersmith Bull, William Conservative
Hampstead Fletcher, John Conservative
Handsworth Meysey-Thompson, Ernest Liberal Unionist
Hanley Edwards, Enoch Liberal
Harborough Lehmann, R. C. Liberal
Harrow Gibb, James Liberal
Hartlepools, The Furness, Sir Christopher Liberal
Harwich Lever, Arthur Liberal
Hastings du Cros, Harvey Conservative
Hawick Burghs Shaw, Thomas Liberal
Henley Morrell, Philip Liberal
Hereford Arkwright, John Conservative
Hertford Smith, Abel Henry Conservative
Hexham Beaumont, Wentworth Liberal
Heywood Holden, Edward Liberal
High Peak Partington, Oswald Liberal
Hitchin Bertram, Julius Liberal
Holborn Remnant, James Conservative
Holderness Wilson, Stanley Conservative
Holmfirth Wilson, Henry Liberal
Honiton Kennaway, Sir John Conservative
Horncastle Willoughby de Eresby, Lord Conservative
Hornsey Balfour, Charles Conservative
Horsham Edward Turnour Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Cameron, Robert Liberal
Howdenshire Harrison-Broadley, Henry Conservative
Hoxton Hay, Hon. Claude Conservative
Huddersfield Woodhouse, Sir James Liberal
Hull Central King, Sir Seymour Conservative
Hull East Ferens, Thomas Liberal
Hull West Wilson, Charles Liberal
Huntingdon Whitbread, Samuel Liberal
Hyde Schwann, Duncan Liberal
Hythe Sassoon, Sir Edward Conservative
Ilkeston Foster, Sir Walter Liberal
Ince Walsh, Stephen Labour
Inverness Burghs Bryce, Annan Liberal
Inverness-shire Dewar, John Liberal
(Two members)
Goddard, Daniel Ford Liberal
Cobbold, Felix Liberal
Isle of Thanet Marks, Harry Conservative
Isle of Wight Baring, Godfrey Liberal
Islington East Radford, George Liberal
Islington North Waterlow, David Liberal
Islington South Wiles, Thomas Liberal
Islington West Lough, Thomas Liberal
Jarrow Palmer, Sir Charles Liberal
Keighley Brigg, John Liberal
Kendal Stewart-Smith, Dudley Liberal
Kennington Collins, Stephen Liberal
Kensington North Stanger, Henry Yorke Liberal
Kensington South Earl Percy Conservative
Kerry East Murphy, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry North Flavin, Michael Joseph Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry South Boland, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Kerry West O'Donnell, Thomas Irish Parliamentary Party
Kidderminster Barnard, Edmund Liberal
Kildare North O'Connor, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Kildare South Kilbride, Denis Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilkenny City O'Brien, Pat Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilkenny North Devlin, Joseph Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilkenny South O'Mara, James Irish Parliamentary Party
Kilmarnock Burghs Rainy, Adam Rolland Liberal
Kincardineshire Crombie, John William Liberal
King's Lynn Bellairs, Carlyon Liberal
Kingston-upon-Thames Cave, George Conservative
Kingswinford Staveley-Hill, Henry Conservative
Kirkcaldy Burghs Dalziel, James Liberal
Kirkcudbrightshire McMicking, Gilbert Liberal
Knutsford King, Alfred John Liberal
Lambeth North Myer, Horatio Liberal
Lanarkshire Mid Caldwell, James Liberal
Lanarkshire North East Findlay, Alexander Liberal
Lanarkshire North West Mitchell-Thompson, William Conservative
Lanarkshire South Menzies, Walter Liberal
Lancaster Helme, Norval Liberal
Launceston Marks, George Liberal
Leeds Central Armitage, Robert Liberal
Leeds East O'Grady, James Labour
Leeds North Barran, Sir Rowland Liberal
Leeds South Walton, John Lawson Liberal
Leeds West Gladstone, Rt Hon. Herbert Liberal
Leek Pearce, Robert Liberal
(Two members)
Broadhurst, Henry Liberal
MacDonald, Ramsay Labour
Leigh Brunner, John Liberal
Leith Burghs Munro-Ferguson, Ronald Liberal
Leitrim North McHugh, P. A. (chose to sit for Sligo North) Irish Parliamentary Party
Leitrim South Smyth, Thomas Irish Parliamentary Party
Leix Meehan, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Leominster Lamb, Edmund Liberal
Lewes Aubrey-Fletcher, Rt Hon. Sir Henry Conservative
Lewisham Coates, Edward Conservative
Lichfield Warner, Courtenay Liberal
Limehouse Pearce, William Liberal
Limerick City Joyce, Michael Irish Parliamentary Party
Limerick East Lundon, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Limerick West O'Shaughnessy, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Lincoln Roberts, Charles Liberal
Linlithgowshire Ure, Alexander Liberal
Liverpool Abercromby Seely, J. E. B. Liberal
Liverpool Everton Harmood-Banner, John Conservative
Liverpool Exchange Cherry, Richard Liberal
Liverpool Kirkdale MacIver, David Conservative
Liverpool Scotland O'Connor, T. P. Irish Parliamentary Party
Liverpool East Toxteth Taylor, Austin Conservative ->Liberal
Liverpool West Toxteth Houston, Robert Conservative
Liverpool Walton Smith, F. E. Conservative
Liverpool West Derby Rutherford, William Conservative
London, City of
(Two members)
Clarke, Sir Edward Conservative
Gibbs, Hon. Alban Conservative
London University Magnus, Sir Philip Liberal Unionist
Londonderry City James Hamilton Irish Unionist
Londonderry North Barrie, Hugh T. Irish Unionist
Londonderry South Gordon, John Liberal Unionist
Longford North Farrell, J. P. Irish Parliamentary Party
Longford South Blake, Edward Irish Parliamentary Party
North Lonsdale Haddock, George Conservative
Loughborough Levy, Maurice Liberal
Louth Perks, Robert Liberal
Louth North Healy, Tim Independent Nationalist
Louth South Nolan, Joseph Irish Parliamentary Party
Lowestoft Beauchamp, Edward Liberal
Ludlow Hunt, Rowland Liberal Unionist
Luton Ashton, Thomas Liberal
Macclesfield Brocklehurst, William Liberal
Maidstone Viscount Castlereagh Conservative
Maldon Bethell, Thomas Liberal
Manchester East Horridge, Thomas Gardner Liberal
Manchester North Swann, Charles Liberal
Manchester North East Clynes, J. R. Labour
Manchester North West Churchill, Winston Liberal
Manchester South Haworth, Arthur Liberal
Manchester South West Kelley, George Davy Labour
Mansfield Markham, Arthur Liberal
Marylebone East Cecil, Robert Conservative
Marylebone West Scott, Sir Samuel Conservative
Mayo East Dillon, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo North O'Kelly, Conor Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo South O'Donnell, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Mayo West Ambrose, Robert Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath North White, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Meath South Sheehy, David Irish Parliamentary Party
Medway Warde, Charles Conservative
Melton Walker, Henry de Rosenbach Liberal
Merionethshire Williams, Osmond Liberal
Merthyr Tydfil
(Two members)
Thomas, D. A. Liberal
Keir Hardie Labour
Middlesbrough Wilson, Havelock Liberal
Middleton Adkins, Ryland Liberal
Midlothian Dalmeny, Lord Liberal
Mile End Straus, Bertram Liberal
Monaghan North O'Hare, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Monaghan South McKean, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Monmouth Boroughs Haslam, Lewis Liberal
Monmouthshire North McKenna, Reginald Liberal
Monmouthshire South Herbert, Ivor Liberal
Monmouthshire West Richards, Thomas Liberal
Montgomery Boroughs Rees, John Liberal
Montgomeryshire Davies, David Liberal
Montrose Burghs Morley, Rt Hon. John Liberal
Morley Hutton, Alfred Liberal
Morpeth Burt, Thomas Liberal
New Forest Hobart, Robert Liberal
Newark Starkey, John Conservative
Newbury Mackarness, Frederick Liberal
(Two members)
Hudson, Walter Labour
Cairns, Thomas Liberal
Newcastle-under-Lyme Wedgwood, Josiah Liberal
Newington West Norton, Cecil Liberal
Newmarket Rose, Charles Liberal
Newport Kenyon-Slaney, Rt Hon. William Conservative
Newry Mooney, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Newton Seddon, James Labour
Norfolk East Price, Robert Liberal
Norfolk Mid Wodehouse, John Liberal
Norfolk North Gurdon, Sir William Brampton Liberal
Norfolk North West White, George Liberal
Norfolk South Soames, Arthur Liberal
Norfolk South West Winfrey, Richard Liberal
Normanton Hall, Frederick Liberal
(Two members)
Herbert Paul Liberal
Shipman, John Greenwood Liberal
Northamptonshire East Channing, Francis Liberal
Northamptonshire Mid Manfield, Harry Liberal
Northamptonshire North Nicholls, George Liberal
Northamptonshire South Grove, Archibald Liberal
Northwich Brunner, Sir John Liberal
(Two members)
Tillett, Louis Liberal
Roberts, George Labour
Norwood Bowles, George Conservative
Nottingham East Cotton, Sir Henry Liberal
Nottingham South Richardson, Arthur Liberal
Nottingham West Yoxall, James Liberal
Nuneaton Johnson, William Liberal
(Two members)
Emmott, Alfred Liberal
Bright, John Albert Liberal
Orkney and Shetland Wason, Cathcart Liberal
Ormskirk Stanley, Hon. Arthur Conservative
Osgoldcross Compton-Rickett, Joseph Liberal
Ossory Delany, William Irish Parliamentary Party
Oswestry Bridgeman, William Conservative
Otley Duncan, Hastings Liberal
Oxford Viscount Valentia Conservative
Oxford University
(Two members)
Talbot, John Gilbert Conservative
Anson, Sir William Liberal Unionist
Paddington North Chiozza Money, Leo Liberal
Paddington South Fardell, Sir George Conservative
Paisley McCallum, John Liberal
Partick Balfour, Robert Liberal
Peckham Clarke, Charles Liberal
Peebles and Selkirk Elibank, The Master of Liberal
Pembroke & Haverfordwest Boroughs Philipps, Owen Liberal
Pembrokeshire Philipps, John Liberal
Penrith Lowther, Rt Hon. James Conservative (Speaker)
Penryn and Falmouth Barker, John Liberal
Perth Wallace, Robert Liberal
Perthshire Eastern Buchanan, Thomas Liberal
Perthshire Western Erskine, David Liberal
Peterborough Greenwood, George Liberal
Petersfield Nicholson, William Conservative
(Two members)
Dobson, Thomas Liberal
Mallet, Charles Liberal
Pontefract Nussey, Thomas Liberal
Poplar Buxton, Rt Hon. Sydney Liberal
(Two members)
Bramsdon, Thomas Liberal
Baker, Sir John Liberal
(Two members)
Macpherson, John Labour
Cox, Harold Liberal
Prestwich Cawley, Frederick Liberal
Pudsey Whiteley, George Liberal
Radcliffe cum Farnworth Taylor, Theodore Liberal
Radnorshire Edwards, Frank Liberal
Ramsey Boulton, Alexander Liberal
Reading Isaacs, Rufus Liberal
Reigate Brodie, Harry Liberal
Renfrewshire East Laidlaw, Robert Liberal
Renfrewshire West Glen-Coats, Sir Thomas Liberal
Rhondda Abraham, William Liberal
Richmond Dyke Acland, Francis Liberal
Ripon Lynch, H. F. B. Liberal
Rochdale Harvey, Gordon Liberal
Rochester Lamb, Ernest Liberal
Romford Bethell, John Liberal
Roscommon North O'Kelly, James Irish Parliamentary Party
Roscommon South Hayden, John Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Ross Gardner, Alan Liberal
Ross and Cromarty Weir, James Liberal
Rossendale Harcourt, Rt Hon. Lewis Liberal
Rotherham Holland, Sir William Liberal
Rotherhithe Carr-Gomm, Hubert Liberal
Roxburghshire Jardine, John Liberal
Rugby Grant, Corrie Liberal
Rushcliffe Ellis, John Liberal
Rutland Finch, George Conservative
Rye Courthope, George Conservative
Saffron Walden Pease, Jack Liberal
St Albans Carlile, Hildred Conservative
St Andrews Burghs Anstruther-Gray, William Liberal Unionist
St Augustine's Akers-Douglas, Rt Hon. Aretas Conservative
St Austell McArthur, William Liberal
St George, Hanover Square Legge, Hon. Heneage Conservative
St George, Tower Hamlets Wedgwood Benn, William Liberal
St Helens Glover, Thomas Labour
St Ives Cory, Clifford Liberal
St Pancras East Lea, Hugh Liberal
St Pancras North Dickinson, Willoughby Liberal
St Pancras South Wilson, Philip Liberal
St Pancras West Collins, Sir William Liberal
Salford North Byles, William Liberal
Salford South Belloc, Hilaire Liberal
Salford West Agnew, George Liberal
Salisbury Tennant, Edward Liberal
Scarborough Rea, Walter Liberal
Sevenoaks Forster, Henry Conservative
Sheffield Attercliffe Langley, J. Batty Liberal
Sheffield, Brightside Walters, Tudor Liberal
Sheffield, Central Vincent, Sir Howard Conservative
Sheffield, Ecclesall Roberts, Samuel Conservative
Sheffield, Hallam Stuart-Wortley, Charles Conservative
Shipley Illingworth, Percy Liberal
Shrewsbury Hill, Sir Clement Lloyd Conservative
Skipton Clough, William Liberal
Sleaford Lupton, Arnold Liberal
Sligo North McHugh, P. A. Irish Parliamentary Party
Sligo South O'Dowd, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Somerset East Thompson, John Liberal
Somerset North Hope, William Liberal
Somerset South Strachey, Sir Edward Liberal
South Molton Lambert, George Liberal
South Shields Robson, Sir William Liberal
(Two members)
Philipps, Ivor Liberal
Dudley Ward, William Liberal
Southport Astbury, John Liberal
Southwark West Causton, Richard Liberal
Sowerby Higham, John Liberal
Spalding Mansfield, Horace Liberal
Spen Valley Whittaker, Sir Thomas Liberal
Stafford Shaw, Charles Liberal
Staffordshire North West Billson, Alfred Liberal
Staffordshire, West McLaren, Henry Liberal
Stalybridge Cheetham, John Liberal
Stamford Joicey-Cecil, John Conservative
Stepney Evans-Gordon, Sir William Conservative
Stirling Burghs Campbell-Bannerman, Rt Hon. Sir Henry Liberal
Stirlingshire Smeaton, Donald Liberal
(Two members)
Wardle, George Labour
Duckworth, James Liberal
Stockton-on-Tees Ropner, Sir Robert Conservative
Stoke-on-Trent Ward, John Liberal
Stowmarket Hardy, George Liberal
Strand Smith, Hon. Frederick Conservative
Stratford upon Avon Kincaid-Smith, Thomas Liberal
Stretford Nuttall, Harry Liberal
Stroud Allen, Charles Liberal
Sudbury Heaton-Armstrong, William Liberal
(Two members)
Stuart, James Liberal
Summerbell, Thomas Labour
Sutherland Morton, Alpheus Liberal
Swansea Boroughs Jones, Sir David Brynmor Liberal
Swansea Town Newnes, Sir George Liberal
Tamworth Muntz, Sir Philip Conservative
Taunton Boyle, Sir Edward Conservative
Tavistock Luttrell, Hugh Liberal
Tewkesbury Hicks Beach, Michael Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Viscount Helmsley Conservative
Thornbury Rendall, Athelstan Liberal
Tipperary East Condon, Thomas Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary Mid O'Brien, Kendal Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary North Hogan, Michael Irish Parliamentary Party
Tipperary South Cullinan, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Tiverton Walrond, Hon. William Conservative
Torquay Layland-Barratt, Sir Francis Liberal
Totnes Mildmay, Francis Liberal Unionist
Tottenham Alden, Percy Liberal
Truro Morgan, George Hay Liberal
Tullamore Haviland-Burke, Edmund Irish Parliamentary Party
Tunbridge Hedges, Alfred Liberal
Tynemouth Craig, Herbert Liberal
Tyneside Robertson, J.M. Liberal
Tyrone East Doogan, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Tyrone Mid Murnaghan, George Irish Parliamentary Party
Tyrone North Dodd, William Liberal
Tyrone South Russell, Thomas Russelite -> Liberal
Uxbridge Dixon-Hartland, Sir Frederick Conservative
Wakefield Brotherton, Edward Conservative
Walsall Dunne, Edward Liberal
Walthamstow Simon, John Liberal
Walworth O'Donnell, Charles Liberal
Wandsworth Kimber, Sir Henry Conservative
Wansbeck Fenwick, Charles Liberal
Warrington Crosfield, Arthur Liberal
Warwick and Leamington Berridge, Thomas Liberal
Waterford City Redmond, John Irish Parliamentary Party
Waterford East Power, Patrick Irish Parliamentary Party
Waterford West O'Shee, J. J. Irish Parliamentary Party
Watford Micklem, Nathaniel Liberal
Wednesbury Hyde, Clarendon Liberal
Wellington (Shropshire) Henry, Charles Liberal
Wellington (Somerset) Fuller-Acland-Hood, Rt Hon. Sir Alexander Conservative
Wells Silcock, Thomas Liberal
West Bromwich Hazel, Alfred Liberal
West Ham North Masterman, Charles Liberal
West Ham South Thorne, Will Labour
Westbury Fuller, John Liberal
Westhoughton Wilson, William Labour
Westmeath North Ginnell, Laurence Irish Parliamentary Party
Westmeath South Sullivan, Donal Irish Parliamentary Party
Westminster Burdett-Coutts, William Conservative
Wexford North Esmonde, Sir Thomas Irish Parliamentary Party
Wexford South Ffrench, Peter Irish Parliamentary Party
Whitby Beckett, Gervase Conservative
Whitechapel Samuel, Stuart Liberal
Whitehaven Burnyeat, William Liberal
Wick Burghs Bignold, Sir Arthur Conservative
Wicklow East Cogan, Denis Irish Parliamentary Party
Wicklow West O'Connor, James Irish Parliamentary Party
Widnes Walker, William Conservative
Wigan Powell, Sir Francis Conservative
Wigtownshire Viscount Dalrymple Conservative
Wilton Morse, Levi Liberal
Wimbledon Hambro, Eric Conservative
Winchester Baring, Hon. Guy Conservative
Windsor Mason, James Conservative
Wirral Lever, William Liberal
Wisbech Beck, Cecil Liberal
Wokingham Gardner, Ernest Conservative
Wolverhampton East Fowler, Rt Hon. Sir Henry Liberal
Wolverhampton South Norman, Henry Liberal
Wolverhampton West Richards, Thomas Labour
Woodbridge Everett, Robert Liberal
Woodstock Bennett, Ernest Liberal
Woolwich Crooks, Will Labour
Worcester Williamson, George Conservative
Worcestershire East Chamberlain, Rt Hon. Austen Liberal Unionist
Worcestershire North Wilson, John William Liberal
Wycombe Herbert, Arnold Liberal
(Two members)
Greenwood, Hamar Liberal
Faber, Denison Conservative


  1. ^ Was declared elected on 26 January 1906, even though he had died that morning. His seat was subsequently taken by Richard Hazleton in a by-election on 28 February 1906.


1 November 1906: Galway BoroughStephen Gwynn (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Charles Ramsay Devlin (Irish Parliamentary Party) who resigned, returned to Canada.

31 December 1906: Cork MidD. D. Sheehan (Independent Labour) returned unopposed after he was expelled from the Irish Parliamentary Party, resigned his seat and restood on an Independent Labour ticket.

13 April 1907: Westmeath SouthSir Walter Nugent, 4th Baronet (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Donal Sullivan (Irish Parliamentary Party) who died 3 March'

20 June 1907: Monaghan NorthJames Carrige Rushe Lardner (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Patrick O'Hare (Irish Parliamentary Party) who resigned on the grounds of ill-health.

21 February 1908: North LeitrimFrancis Meehan (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Charles Dolan (Irish Parliamentary Party) who resigned order to re-fight the constituency on behalf of Sinn Féin.

1 May 1909: Cork CityMaurice Healy (Independent Nationalist) replacing William O'Brien (Irish Parliamentary Party) who had resigned.

August 1909: Sligo NorthThomas Scanlan (Irish Parliamentary Party) replacing Patrick Aloysius McHugh (Irish Parliamentary Party).


Whitaker's Almanack, 1907

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