William Donald Massey Sumner (13 August 1913 – 12 May 1990), known as Donald Sumner, was a British Conservative Party politician who later became a judge. Sumner, the incumbent chairman of the divisional Conservative Association for Orpington, defeated Margaret Thatcher to be adopted prospective candidate for the local constituency.
He was elected at the Orpington by-election, 1955 and was subsequently returned in the general election later that year. He remained Member of Parliament for Orpington in Kent until 1962, when he accepted an appointnent as a County Court judge.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Donald Sumner
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