John Reid

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Person.png John Reid   History Commons Powerbase Sourcewatch WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born8 May 1947
Lanarkshire

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In office
5 May 2006 - 27 June 2007
Preceded byCharles Clarke
Succeeded byJacqui Smith

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In office
6 May 2005 - 5 May 2006
Preceded byGeoff Hoon
Succeeded byDes Browne

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In office
13 June 2003 - 6 May 2005
Preceded byAlan Milburn

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In office
4 April 2003 - 13 June 2003
Preceded byRobin Cook

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In office
4 April 2003 - 13 June 2003
Succeeded byGareth Williams (politician)

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In office
24 October 2002 - 4 April 2003
Preceded byCharles Clarke
Succeeded byIan McCartney
Also Labour Party Chair

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In office
25 January 2001 - 24 October 2002
Preceded byPeter Mandelson
Succeeded byPaul Murphy

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In office
17 May 1999 - 25 January 2001

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In office
27 July 1998 - 17 May 1999
Succeeded byHelen Liddell

John Reid is a former MP and minister who had a string of appointments before moving through the revolving door.

In 2008 G4S announced that they required his services as a consultant.

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An appointment by John Reid

AppointeeJobEnd
Charles FarrMI6/Director of Security and Public AffairsJuly 2007


References

  1. Kyle, Gregor, "John Reid Confirmed as New Chairman," Celtic FC, undated, accessed 28 November 2008.
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