Roger Edward Sims (born 27 January 1930) is a British Conservative politician. He was MP for Chislehurst between February 1974 and May 1997, when he retired. He was Parliamentary Private Secretary to William Whitelaw MP during Margaret Thatcher's government.
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|Member of Parliament for Chislehurst
February 1974 – 1997
(see Bromley and Chislehurst)
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