Who is Ivor Davies?

Ivor Roland Morgan Davies CBE (12 August 1915 – 1986) was a British Liberal Party politician, journalist and United Nations Association administrator. Politically, his chief allegation to fame was his decision in October 1938 to go without as Liberal candidate at the Oxford by-election along considering the Labour candidate Patrick Gordon-Walker to permit an independent, Popular Front, anti-Munich candidate, A. D. Lindsay, the Master of Balliol, to challenge the dispensation candidate Quintin Hogg.

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