Helen Liddell

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Person.png Helen Liddell  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born1950-12-06
Coatbridge, United Kingdom
Alma materUniversity of Strathclyde
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Children1 son 1 daughter
SpouseAlistair Liddell
PartyLabour

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In office
1 September 2005 - 1 October 2009
Preceded byAlastair Goodlad
Succeeded byValerie Amos

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In office
24 January 2001 - 12 June 2003
Succeeded byAlistair Darling

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In office
17 May 1999 - 29 July 1999
Preceded byJohn Reid
Succeeded byGus Macdonald

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In office
3 May 1997 - 27 July 1998
Succeeded byPatricia Hewitt

Helen Liddell (born) is former Labour MP for Airdrie & Shotts. She served as minister for Education and Industry in Scottish Office (1998-1999), minister of Transport (May 1999-July 1999), minister of Science, Energy and Industry (1999-2001), and as Secretary of State in Scottish Office (2001-2003). She left Parliament on 11 April 2005.[1]


Resources


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References

  1. They Work For You, Helen Liddell, former MP, accessed 27 November 2008.
  2. They Work For You, Changes to the Register of Members' Interests, Helen Liddell, accessed 27 November 2008.