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Robert Alan Clay (born 2 October 1946), known as Bob Clay, is a left-wing politician, formerly Labour MP, in the United Kingdom.

Clay first joined Labour as a teenager, but left to join the Trotskyist group International Socialists. He became a union shop steward in the 1980s and rejoined Labour.

Clay was first elected to Parliament in 1983 for the Sunderland North constituency, replacing Labour MP Frederick Willey, was re-elected in 1987, but stood down at the 1992 general election, where Labour MP William Etherington was elected in his place.

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