Joseph Devlin

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Joe Devlin
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Member of the Northern Ireland Parliament
for Belfast Central
In office
1929–1934
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Kilkenny North
1902–1906
Succeeded by
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Belfast West
19061918
Constituency abolished
New constituency Member of Parliament for Belfast Falls
19181922
Constituency abolished
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Fermanagh and Tyrone
1929–1934
With: Thomas Harbison to 1931
Cahir Healy from 1931
Succeeded by
Parliament of Northern Ireland
New constituency Member of Parliament for Belfast West
1921–1929
With: Robert Lynn
Thomas Henry Burn to 1925
William J. Twaddell to 1923
Philip James Woods from 1923
William McMullen from 1925
Constituency abolished
Parliament of Northern Ireland
New constituency Member of Parliament for Belfast Central
1929–1934
Succeeded by
Party political offices
New title Leader of the Nationalist Party at Stormont
1922–1934
Succeeded by

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