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Article:William Sears (politician)
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{{other people|William Sears}}
 
{{other people|William Sears}}
'''William Sears''' (died 23 March 1929) was an [[Irish people|Irish]] [[Sinn Féin]] and later [[Cumann na nGaedheal]] politician.
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'''William Sears''' (died 23 March 1929) was an [[Irish people|Irish]] [[Sinn Féin]] and later [[Cumann na nGaedheal]] politician. He is also a complete tosser.
   
 
He was elected as a [[Sinn Féin]] [[Member of Parliament|MP]] for the [[South Mayo (UK Parliament constituency)|Mayo South]] constituency at the [[Irish general election, 1918|1918 general election]].<ref name=oireachtas_db>{{cite web|url=http://www.oireachtas.ie/members-hist/default.asp?housetype=0&HouseNum=1&MemberID=1023&ConstID=145|title=Mr. William Sears|work=Oireachtas Members Database|accessdate=10 April 2009}}</ref> In January 1919, Sinn Féin MPs refused to recognise the [[Parliament of the United Kingdom]] and instead assembled at the [[Mansion House, Dublin|Mansion House]] in [[Dublin]] as a revolutionary parliament called [[First Dáil|Dáil Éireann]], though Sears did not attend as he was in prison.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://historical-debates.oireachtas.ie/D/DT/D.F.O.191901210004.html|language=Irish|title=Roll call of the first sitting of the First Dáil|work=Dáil Éireann Historical Debates|date=21 January 1919|accessdate=29 March 2008
 
He was elected as a [[Sinn Féin]] [[Member of Parliament|MP]] for the [[South Mayo (UK Parliament constituency)|Mayo South]] constituency at the [[Irish general election, 1918|1918 general election]].<ref name=oireachtas_db>{{cite web|url=http://www.oireachtas.ie/members-hist/default.asp?housetype=0&HouseNum=1&MemberID=1023&ConstID=145|title=Mr. William Sears|work=Oireachtas Members Database|accessdate=10 April 2009}}</ref> In January 1919, Sinn Féin MPs refused to recognise the [[Parliament of the United Kingdom]] and instead assembled at the [[Mansion House, Dublin|Mansion House]] in [[Dublin]] as a revolutionary parliament called [[First Dáil|Dáil Éireann]], though Sears did not attend as he was in prison.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://historical-debates.oireachtas.ie/D/DT/D.F.O.191901210004.html|language=Irish|title=Roll call of the first sitting of the First Dáil|work=Dáil Éireann Historical Debates|date=21 January 1919|accessdate=29 March 2008
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