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George Brown
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Born in Southwark, London
Born on 2nd of September 1914
Died on 2nd of June 1985

Born 1914. Died 1985 - Labour politican.

Became Labour MP for Belper in 1945. Served as Deputy Leader from 1960 to 1970 and was a senior Cabinet minister including Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in the Labour government of the 1960s. Lost his seat in the 1970 general election. Created a life peer in 1970 when he changed his surname from Brown to George-Brown.

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