Ken Purchase

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Person.png Ken Purchase  Rdf-icon.png
Born1939-01-08
Wolverhampton, England
NationalityBritish
Alma materWolverhampton Polytechnic
PartyLabour Co-operative

Ken Purchase was a Member of Parliament (MP) for the British Labour Party. He represented the constituency for Wolverhampton North East. He entered Parliament in the April 1992 General Election with a majority of 8,156 votes. Purchase did not stand for re-election at the 2010 election and left Parliament on 12 April 2010.[1]


All-Party Parliamentary Groups

As at March 2010 Purchase sat on the following All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs):[2]

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References

  1. Ken Purchase, former MP Wolverhampton North East They Work For You website, accessed 27May 2010
  2. Register of All-Party Groups,Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  3. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Building Societies and Financial Mutuals, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  4. All-Party Parliamentary Built Environment Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  5. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Funerals and Bereavement, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 25 March 2010
  6. Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) UK All-Party Parliamentary Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  7. All-Party Parliamentary Group for Non Profit Making Members' Clubs, Register of All-Party Parliamentary Groups, (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  8. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Myodil, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  9. All-Party Parliamentary Group for UK Sikhs, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  10. All-Party Parliamentary Group on Skin, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010
  11. All-Party Parliamentary Strategic Industries Group, Register of All-Party Groups (As at 24 February 2010), accessed 22 March 2010