George House (7 March 1892 – 8 February 1949) was a Labour Party politician.

He originally worked as a printer, later becoming a steel erector. He was secretary of the Constructional Engineering Union from 1924-1941.[1]

He was twice a member of the London County Council: representing Islington South from 1928–31 and St Pancras North from 1937-49.[2][3]

He was elected to the House of Commons at the 1945 general election as member of parliament for St Pancras North.

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  1. "Obituary: Mr. George House". The Times: p. 6. 9 February 1949. 
  2. "New L.C.C. Labour's Increased Majority. Full Results.". The Times: p. 7. 6 March 1937. 
  3. "The New L.C.C. Labour Gains In A Low Poll". The Times: p. 2. 9 March 1946.