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Alan Cripps Nind Hopkins (27 October 1926 â€“ 12 November 2012HOPKINS, Daily Telegraph, 16 November 2012) was a British Conservative and National Liberal politician. He was educated at Winchester College, King's College, Cambridge and Yale University Law School. He then became a barrister at the Inner Temple.The Trusty Servant, May 2013 At the 1959 general election, he was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bristol North East, defeating the Labour Co-operative MP William Coldrick. Hopkins was re-elected in 1964, but at the 1966 general election he was beaten by the Labour Party candidate Raymond Dobson. He then followed a managerial career in the engineering industry. He was twice married and had three sons.
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