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Isaac Foot was a solicitor and founder of the Plymouth law firm Foot and Bowden (which amalgamated with another firm to become Foot Anstey).Isaac Foot was an active member of the Liberal Party and was the Liberal Member of Parliament for Bodmin in Cornwall from 1922–24 and again from 1929–35, and a Lord Mayor of Plymouth.
Foot resigned in 1938 after the paper's first editor, William Mellor, was fired for refusing to adopt a new CP policy of backing a Popular Front, including non-socialist parties, against fascism and appeasement.
During the war, Foot made a speech that was later featured in the documentary TV series The World at War broadcast in February 1974.
Foot was speaking in defence of the Daily Mirror, which had criticised the conduct of the war by the Churchill Government.
(23 July 1913 – 3 March 2010) was a British Labour Party politician and man of letters.
Foot began his career as a journalist, becoming editor of Tribune on several occasions, and the Evening Standard newspaper at the age of just 28.
He co-wrote the classic polemic against appeasement of Hitler, Guilty Men, under a pseudonym.
Foot served as a Member of Parliament (MP) from 1945 to 1955 and again from 1960 until he retired in 1992.His strongly left-wing political positions and criticisms of vacillating leadership made him an unpopular leader.Not particularly telegenic, he was also nicknamed "Worzel Gummidge" for his rumpled appearance.In his election address, Foot contended that "the armaments race in Europe must be stopped now".Foot became a journalist, working briefly on the New Statesman, before joining the left-wing weekly Tribune when it was set up in early-1937 to support the Unity Campaign, an attempt to secure an anti-fascist United Front between Labour and other left-wing parties.The Daily Herald was jointly owned by the TUC and Odhams Press, and was effectively an official Labour Party paper.