Frederick Leigh Leigh-Pollitt (1881-1956) was a businessman and politician.

Born in Lancashire as Frederick Leigh Pollitt, he went into business as a wholesale jeweller in Manchester. By 1926 he was living in Sydenham in south east London.

He was elected to the London County Council in October 1926 to fill a casual vacancy at Lewisham West as a Municipal Reform Party councillor. He held the seat until 1937.

In 1933 he changed his name by deed poll to Leigh-Pollitt.[1]


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