Difference between revisions of "Francis Pym"

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|birth_name=Francis Leslie Pym
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|death_date=2008-03-07
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|death_place=Sandy, Bedfordshire
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|title=Leader of the House of Commons
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|title=Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
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|title=Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury
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[[John Hughes-Wilson]] stated in 2013 that Francis Pym supported the  "[[Arms to Iraq]]" project.<ref>[[Document:Maggie's Guilty Secret]]</ref>
 
[[John Hughes-Wilson]] stated in 2013 that Francis Pym supported the  "[[Arms to Iraq]]" project.<ref>[[Document:Maggie's Guilty Secret]]</ref>

Revision as of 13:23, 9 March 2016

Person.png Francis Pym  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(politician)
BornFrancis Leslie Pym
1922-02-13
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
Died2008-03-07 (Age 86)
Sandy, Bedfordshire
Alma materMagdalene College, Cambridge
PartyConservative

Employment.png Lord President of the Council

In office
14 September 1981 - 5 April 1982
Preceded byChristopher Soames

Employment.png Leader of the House of Commons Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 January 1981 - 5 April 1982
Preceded byNorman St John-Stevas

Employment.png Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 January 1981 - 14 September 1981
Preceded byNorman St John-Stevas

Employment.png Paymaster General

In office
5 January 1981 - 14 September 1981
Succeeded byCecil Parkinson

Employment.png Secretary of State for Defence

In office
4 May 1979 - 5 January 1981
Preceded byFred Mulley
Succeeded byJohn Nott

Employment.png Shadow Foreign Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 November 1978 - 4 May 1979
Succeeded byDavid Owen

Employment.png Shadow Leader of the House of Commons Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
19 November 1976 - 6 November 1978
Succeeded byNorman St John-Stevas

Employment.png Shadow Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food

In office
18 February 1975 - 19 November 1976

Employment.png Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
4 March 1974 - 29 October 1974
Preceded byMerlyn Rees
Succeeded byIan Gilmour

Employment.png Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
2 December 1973 - 4 March 1974
Preceded byWilliam Whitelaw
Succeeded byMerlyn Rees

Employment.png Chief Whip of the Conservative Party

In office
19 June 1970 - 2 December 1973

Employment.png Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
19 June 1970 - 2 December 1973

Employment.png Member of Parliament for South East Cambridgeshire

In office
16 March 1961 - 11 June 1987
Succeeded byJames Paice

John Hughes-Wilson stated in 2013 that Francis Pym supported the "Arms to Iraq" project.[1]


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