William Mellor (1888–1942) was a left-wing British journalist.
(with G. D. H. Cole) The Meaning of Industrial Freedom, 1918 Direct Action, 1920. The co-operative movement and the fight for socialism, 1933
^ Geoffrey Foote, The Labour Party's political thought: a history, Routledge, 1986, p. 107 ^ Martin Ceadel, Pacifism in Britain, 1914-1945 : the defining of a faith. Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1980. ISBN 0198218826 (p.47). ^ Andrew Rosthorn (24 July 2014). "How Cyril Smith Outwitted Barbara Castle in the Strange Case of the Paedophiles at the Home Office". Tribune. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
William Mellor at Spartacus Educational
Preceded by Hamilton Fyfe Editor of the Daily Herald 1926–1930 Succeeded by W. H. Stevenson
Preceded by New position Editor of Tribune 1937–1938 Succeeded by H. J. Hartshorn
Party political offices
Preceded by Stafford Cripps Chairman of the Socialist League 1936–1937 Succeeded by Organisation dissolved
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