Richard Holt

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(James) Richard Holt (2 August 1931 – 20 September 1991) was British Conservative Member of Parliament for Langbaurgh from 1983 until he died suddenly in his sleep, aged 60 in 1991. His successor in the resulting by-election was Labour's Ashok Kumar. However, at the 1992 general election the seat was regained by the Conservative Michael Bates.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
New constituency Member of Parliament for Langbaurgh
19831991
Succeeded by
Ashok Kumar