|Member of Parliament|
27 October 1931 – 13 November 1935
|Prime Minister||Stanley Baldwin|
|Preceded by||Ben Smith|
|Succeeded by||Ben Smith|
Norah Cecil Runge
|Died||6 June 1978(aged 93–94)|
Runge was elected Member of Parliament for Rotherhithe in the 1931 Conservative landslide, gaining the seat from Labour incumbent Benjamin Smith. Runge held the seat until 1935, when it was regained by Smith.
Runge currently holds the record of the longest-lived female MP in the United Kingdom.
- "The New L.C.C.". The Times. 9 March 1937. p. 13.
- Hutton, Marceline J (2001). Russian and West European women, 1860-1939: dreams, struggles, and nightmares. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 392. ISBN 978-0-7425-1044-9.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Norah Runge
- Parliamentary Archives, Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings charting the career of Norah Cecil Runge, OBE, 1884-1978
|Parliament of the United Kingdom|
| Member of Parliament for Rotherhithe
1931 – 1935
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