Spencer Batiste

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Spencer Lee Batiste (born 5 June 1945)[1] was the British Conservative MP for Elmet from 1983 until his 1997 defeat by Labour's Colin Burgon. He served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Lord Trefgarne, Sir Geoffrey Pattie and, latterly, for European Commissioner and former Home Secretary Sir Leon Brittan. After this, he was employed as an immigration adjudicator for the Immigration Appellate Authority and later a chairman of the Immigration Appeal Tribunal which later became the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.


  • Times Guide to the House of Commons 1992

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
New constituency Member of Parliament for Elmet
Succeeded by
Colin Burgon