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Thomas Henry Skeffington, 2nd Viscount Ferrard, styled The Honourable from 1790 until 1824, was an Irish peer and politician.

Thomas Cecil "Tom" Skeffington-Lodge was a British Labour Party politician. He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Bedford from 1945 to 1950.

Leicestershire was a county constituency in Leicestershire, represented in the House of Commons. It elected two Members of Parliament (MPs), traditionally called Knights of the Shire, by the bloc vote system of election, to the Parliament of England until 1707, to the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 until 1800, and then to Parliament of the United Kingdom until 1832.

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