Robert Taylor (Conservative Politician)
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Robert Taylor Conservative Politician

Robert George Taylor (7 December 1932—18 June 1981) was a British Conservative politician.

Parliamentary career

Taylor fought Battersea North in 1959 and 1964, but was defeated each time by Labour's Douglas Jay.

He was Member of Parliament for Croydon North West from 1970 until he died in 1981, triggering the Croydon North West by-election in which the Conservatives lost the seat to Liberal Bill Pitt.

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