(John) Jack Murphy (1920 – 11 July 1984) was an Irish politician and the first unemployed person ever elected to a national legislature. The man in the black beret leads the battle for Éire's workless, Andrew Boyd (1957) He was elected to Dáil Éireann as an independent Teachta Dála (TD) at the 1957 general election for the Dublin South–Central constituency.
Jack Murphy served 21 years of his life behind bars. He has now served the past 20 years of his life returning to prisons to give the HOPE that brought him out back to thsoe still... - 31.10.2009, Blip
18.11.2011 [Luton Today] - Icknield High School student Jack Murphy, who turns 15 on Saturday, likes to raise as much money as possible for Children in Need as it usually falls on the same week as his birthday. Last year, the Turnpike Drive youngster raised £155 with a two mile
13.11.2011 [Banbury Guardian] - In reply, Jack Murphy 27no and Marcus Townsend 25no comfortably saw Shipston home to set up a showdown with unbeaten Broughton next week. Broughton proved too strong for Wardington, winning by five wickets. Michael Williams 22 and Lissya Tucker 16 were