A great many persons are able to become Members of this House without losing their insignificance.
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|Birth:||8th January, 1891|
|Death:||26th April, 1964|
Sir Arthur Beverley Baxter was born in Toronto. He was a British journalist and politician. He spent most of his career in the United Kingdom working for the Daily Express and as a theatre critic for the Evening Standard, and was a Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party from 1935 until his death. He found that he enjoyed writing and was considering a professional career as a novelist when the First World War broke out. After the end of the war, Baxter remained in Europe and settled in London. Baxter was made Managing Editor of the Sunday Express, then still a new paper which had yet to find its place, in 1922. Baxter was interested in politics and was selected as Conservative Party candidate for Wood Green in suburban London in 1935.
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