Michael Fidler

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Michael M. Fidler (10 February 1916 – 5 September 1989) was a British Conservative Party politician.

Fidler was Member of Parliament (MP) for Bury and Radcliffe from 1970 until the October 1974 general election, when he lost his seat to Labour's Frank White.

Michael was also the first Jewish mayor in Prestwich. Active in the Jewish community for many years, he founded the lobby group Conservative Friends of Israel.


  • Times Guide to the House of Commons October 1974
  • Obituary, Jewish Chronicle, 8 September 1989 p. 18
  • Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs

External links

  • Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by Michael Fidler
Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
David Ensor
Member of Parliament for Bury and Radcliffe
1970Oct. 1974
Succeeded by
Frank White

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