RICHARD QUENTIN FULLER (born 30 May 1962 ) is a British Conservative
Party politician. He was elected at the 2010 general election as the
Member of Parliament (MP) for
Bedford , where he was born, and served
until being defeated in the 2017 general election . Fuller had
previously achieved prominence as a leader of the Young Conservatives
and Tory "wet ."
* 1 Early life
* 2 Professional career
* 3 Political career
* 3.1 Young Conservatives
* 3.2 National YC Report on Infiltration & Extremism
* 3.3 Parliament
* 4 References
* 5 External links
Fuller was educated at Hazeldene School and
Bedford Modern School
(then a direct grant school), followed by University College, Oxford
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* ^ "No. 59418".
The London Gazette
The London Gazette . 13 May 2010. p. 8739.
* ^ "Democracy Live: Your representatives: Richard Fuller". BBC.
Retrieved 20 November 2012.
* ^ Bowcott, Owen (23 February 2002). "Kurds challenge terror group
ban". The Guardian.
* ^ David Blair, and ed. Andrew Page, The History of the Oxford
University Conservative Association (OUCA, Oxford, 1995), pp.34–5
* ^ 26th National YC Conference, Winter Gardens Blackpool 8th-9th
* ^ A B Peter Fiddick and Dennis Barker, "BBC in crisis over libel
case deal", The Guardian, 20 October 1986
* ^ "MP's get damages over Panorama", The Times, 20 October 1986.
* ^ "Election 2010 – Bedford". BBC News. Retrieved 27 April