Leopold Raymond Fletcher (3 December 1921 – 16 March 1991) was a Labour Party politician.
Fletcher served in the British Army (1941–48) in the Far East, the Middle East and the British Army of the Rhine. He subsequently worked as military advisor on Joan Littlewood's Oh What a Lovely War. He became a journalist, author and lecturer and wrote two plays.
Fletcher contested Wycombe in 1955. He was Member of Parliament for Ilkeston from 1964 to 1983. The seat was abolished that year in boundary changes.
He was revealed as a spy for the Soviet Union according to the records furnished by Vasili Mitrokhin, who arrived in the West after the Cold War.
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