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Sir Peter Derek Fry (born 26 May 1931) is a British Conservative politician.

Born in High Wycombe, Fry was educated at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe and Worcester College, Oxford. He became an insurance broker and a director of the family retail clothing business. He served as a councillor on Buckinghamshire County Council from 1961.

Fry contested Nottingham North in 1964 and Willesden East in 1966. He was elected a Member of Parliament at the 1969 Wellingborough by-election. He represented the seat until 1997, when he lost to Labour's Paul Stinchcombe by a margin of 187 votes.

He is now the Chairman of the Bingo Association, Chairman of the Federation of European Bingo Associations, and a trustee of the Responsibility in Gambling Trust.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Harry Howarth
Member of Parliament for Wellingborough
1969–1997
Succeeded by
Paul Stinchcombe

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