(in Britain) a person who is employed to manage the parliamentary business of a private group
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How to use parliamentary agent in a sentence
It was alleged that Mr. Brown, the parliamentary agent, had been guilty of a breach of privilege by withdrawing the petition.Norfolk Annals | Charles Mackie
Solicitor and parliamentary agent, of the firm of John and Charles Cole.The Aristocracy of London: Part I: Kensington | Anonymous
A solicitor and parliamentary agent of the firm of Hawkins, Bloxam, and Hawkins.The Aristocracy of London: Part I: Kensington | Anonymous
Mr. Roche, after this, resided for some time in London as parliamentary agent.
The parliamentary agent was well accustomed to deal with all kinds and shades of scruples.Ruth | Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell