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    Thomas Stuttaford
    Thomas Stuttaford, October 2009.jpg
    Thomas Stuttaford in 2009
    Member of Parliament
    for Norwich South
    In office
    18 June 1970 8 February 1974
    Parliament of the United Kingdom
    Preceded by Member of Parliament for Norwich South
    1970February 1974
    Succeeded by