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Peter Butler (politician)

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Preceded by  New Constituency
Profession  Solicitor
Succeeded by  Brian White
Occupation  Politician
Party  Conservative Party
Political party  Conservative
Role  British Politician
Full Name  Peter Butler
Name  Peter Butler

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Born  10 June 1951 (age 64) Newport, Shropshire (1951-06-10)

Peter Butler (born 10 June 1951) is a British Conservative Party politician. At the 1992 general election, he became the first Member of Parliament (MP) for the new constituency of North East Milton Keynes, winning the seat with a majority of over 14,000. A former solicitor he served as a PPS to Kenneth Clarke.

Butler served only one term in Parliament. At the 1997 election, he lost the seat by only 240 votes to Labour's Brian White.

A Freemason, Butler was Worshipful Master of the Oxford-based Apollo University Lodge 357 from 1992-1993.

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