Philip Goodhart

Sir Philip Carter Goodhart (born 3 November 1925) is a British Conservative politician, the son of Arthur Lehman Goodhart.

Goodhart contested Consett in 1950 whilst still a student at Cambridge University.He was elected Member of Parliament for Beckenham at the 1957 by-election, and served until his retirement in 1992. He was a junior Northern Ireland minister (1979-1981) and a junior Defence minister (1981).

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*"The Times Guide to the House of Commons", Times Newspapers Ltd, 1987
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* Flade, Ronald. The Lehmans: From Rimpar to the New World : A Family History, 2nd Enlarged Ed., 1999


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