Leslie Thomas (politician)

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Sir Leslie Montagu Thomas (24 April 1906 – 27 November 1971) was a British Conservative politician. He was elected Member of Parliament for Canterbury in a 1953 by-election, and served until he stood down in 1966. He had unsuccessfully contested Leek in 1935 as a |National Labour candidate.

Thomas was the son of former Labour (turned National Labour) MP, Jimmy Thomas.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Baker White
Member of Parliament for Canterbury
19531966
Succeeded by
David Crouch