Ronald Buxton, British politician, Died at 93

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Ronald Carlile Buxton was born on August 20, 1923, and died on January 10, 2017.
He was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom.
He was a qualified Chartered Engineer.
He relished the lifestyle of a country gentleman on his Norfolk estate.
Buxton came to national attention for a spectacular showing at the polls, prompting Sir Alex Douglas-Home to declare “The best epitaph on hundred days of socialist government…my friend the member for Leyton”.
After that, he was a Member of Parliament for a little over a year, after winning an unexpected victory in by-election in 1965.
Ronald Buxton passed away at 93 years old.