Michael Howard

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Person.png Michael Howard   Powerbase SourcewatchRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Deep politician)
BornMichael Hecht
Gorseinon, United Kingdom
Alma materPeterhouse (Cambridge), Inns of Court School of Law
ChildrenNicholas Larissa
SpouseSandra Paul
Member ofKönigswinter/Speakers, Le Cercle

Employment.png Leader of the Opposition

In office
6 November 2003 - 6 December 2005

Employment.png Leader of the Conservative Party Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 November 2003 - 6 December 2005
Preceded byIain Duncan Smith
Succeeded byDavid Cameron

Employment.png Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
18 September 2001 - 6 November 2003
Preceded byMichael Portillo
Succeeded byOliver Letwin

Employment.png Shadow Foreign Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
11 June 1997 - 15 June 1999
Preceded byJohn Major

Employment.png Shadow Home Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
2 May 1997 - 11 June 1997
Preceded byJack Straw

Employment.png Home Secretary Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
27 May 1993 - 2 May 1997
Preceded byKenneth Clarke
Succeeded byJack Straw

Employment.png Secretary of State for the Environment Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
11 April 1992 - 27 May 1993
Preceded byMichael Heseltine

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

In office
3 January 1990 - 11 April 1992

Employment.png Minister of State for Housing

In office
25 July 1989 - 3 January 1990

Employment.png Minister of State for the Environment

In office
25 July 1988 - 25 July 1989

Employment.png Minister of State for Local Government

In office
13 June 1987 - 25 July 1988

Michael Howard (Baron Howard of Lympne) is a British politician who was Leader of the Conservative Party.[1]

UK Home Secretary

Michael Howard has claimed that he could not recall the name "Baybaşin".[2]


Related Quotation

Leader of the Conservative Party“All Tory leaders have surrounded themselves with an inner circle, which has given them ballast and in certain important respects defined their leadership. John Major had a winning fondness for palpable fakes, like Jeffrey Archer and David Mellor; Margaret Thatcher liked hirsute North London entrepreneurs with a ‘can-do’ attitude and heavy jewellery. Michael Howard’s chosen milieu is constructed of dapper, well-spoken men and women, many of whom live within walking distance of one another in west London. Cameron is unmistakably the leader of these Notting Hill Tories, but others include Michael Howard’s political secretary Rachel Whetstone, his speechwriter Ed Vaizey, marketing expert Steve Hilton, policy man Nick Boles, along with the newspaper columnists Edward Heathcoat Amory and his wife Alice Thomson.”Peter Oborne19 June 2004
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