- Walter Edwards (UK politician)
Walter James Edwards (1900 –
5 October 1964) was a British Labour Party politician. He served as Member of Parliamentfor the London constituency of Whitechapel and St Georges from 1942 to 1950, and then for the new Stepney constituency until his retirement in 1964.
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