Peter Mitchell

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Peter Mitchell, from his election address
Peter Mitchell (born c. 1949[1]) contested the Cities of London and Westminster South by-election in February 1977, standing as the "Campaign for Homosexual Civil Rights" candidate. Griffith Vaughan Williams was his election agent. He was placed fifth of out ten candidates in the election, with 2.22 per cent of the vote.

Peter Mitchell was educated at Eton College and studied classics at Trinity College, Cambridge. Before the election he had worked as a play leader and a parliamentary research assistant.

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  1. He was 28 at the time of the by-election, according to his election address