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Thomas James Brown (12 August 1886 - 10 November 1970) was a
British coal miner and Labour Party politician. During a 22-year
career in Parliament he became known as the "miner's champion,"
fighting for compensation for those suffering from industrial
diseases, and to improve state pensions. Brown was born in Leigh,
in the centre of the Lancashire coalfield. He went to the Brunswick
School and Leigh Technical School, but as with most of the local
men, he began work in the coal mines at the age of 12 in 1898. He
joined the Lancashire Miners' Federation and the Labour
Representation Committee in 1903.
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