Bonner Pink

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Ralph Bonner Pink, known as Bonner Pink, (30 September 1912 - 6 May 1984) was a British Conservative politician.

Pink was educated at Oundle School and was a company director. He served as a councillor on Portsmouth City Council (1948–61), then as an alderman, and was Lord Mayor of Portsmouth for 1961-62.

Pink was the Member of Parliament for Portsmouth South from 1966 until he died in office in May 1984, aged 71. He was a member of the Speaker's panel of chairmen.

In July 2014, Pink was accused by his adoptive daughter of being a child sex offender who had abused her.[1]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Sir Jocelyn Lucas, Bt.
Member of Parliament for Portsmouth South
19661984
Succeeded by
Mike Hancock