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John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot (1909-11 October 1999) was a Liberal politician and Life Peer.

Foot was born in Plymouthmarker, Devonmarker, the son of Isaac Foot and the brother of Sir Dingle Foot, QC, Hugh Foot, Baron Caradon and Michael Foot. His nephew was the late journalist Paul Foot. He was educated at Bembridge Schoolmarker and studied law at the University of Oxfordmarker, where he was President of the Oxford Unionmarker in 1931. He worked as a solicitor and served as a Major and on the HQ Staff of the 21st Army Group during World War II.

Foot was the Liberal candidate for the 1934 Basingstokemarker by-election and stood again in Basingstoke in the 1935 general election. In the 1945 and 1950 elections, he stood in Bodmin, each time without success.

Foot was made a life peer on 29 November 1967 as Baron Foot, of Buckland Monachorummarker in the County of Devonmarker.


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