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William David Mudd (born 2 June 1933), known as David Mudd, is a British politician.

He was Conservative MP for Falmouth and Camborne from 1970 until 1992, when he stood down. It was considered a surprise when he decided to stand in his old constituency in the 2005 general election as an independent candidate. However, he came fifth with 2% of the vote.

In the 1970s David Mudd was a member of Mebyon Kernow as well as the Conservative Party.[1] He was also a newsreader on Westward Television in the 1970s

References

  1. ^ Mebyon Kernow history
  • Times Guide to the House of Commons 1987, BBC news website
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Dunwoody
Member of Parliament for Falmouth and Camborne
19701992
Succeeded by
Sebastian Coe

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