Antony Marlow

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For the barrister and earlier Conservative MP, see Anthony Marlowe.

Antony Rivers Marlow (born 17 June 1940), known as Tony Marlow, is a British Conservative former Member of Parliament (MP).

Born in Greenwich, London, Marlow was educated at Wellington College and St Catharine's College, Cambridge, and gained Northampton North in the 1979 election, defeating Labour MP Maureen Colquhoun.

Marlow caught the attention of the media in 1995 when he was a conspicuous supporter (in a colourful, stripy blazer) of John Redwood at the press conference in which Redwood announced his challenge for the Conservative Party leadership against Prime Minister John Major.

Marlow lost his seat in the 1997 election to Labour's Sally Keeble.


  • Times Guide to the House of Commons, Times Newspapers Limited, 1997 edition.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Maureen Colquhoun
Member of Parliament for Northampton North
Succeeded by
Sally Keeble