Philip Bradbourn

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Person.png Philip Bradbourn  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born9 August 1951
Tipton, West Midlands, England
Died2014-12-19 (Age 63)
Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield
PartyConservative
A member of the European Parliament

Philip Bradbourn (born 9 August 1951, Tipton) was a British MEP for West Midlands from Conservative and Unionist Party.


Affiliations

Former Affiliations

Record and Controversies

Declaration of Financial Interests

  • Car Parking at Birmingham Airport granted by Birmingham International Airport Company.[1]

Former Declaration of Financial Interests

  • Hospitality received from the Norwegian Conservative Party during a visit to Oslo 12th/13th February 2008.
  • Birmingham Airport provided me with a pass to access their staff car parking facilities.[2]

Record of Parliamentary Votes

Personal Information

Curriculum Vitae

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Municipal Administration (1972).
  • Local government officer (1967-1970).
  • Land charges and information officer (1970-1974).
  • Research and information officer (1974-1987).
  • Adviser to leader of the Conservative Group, Wolverhampton Metropolitan Borough Council (1987-1998).
  • Member of Young Conservatives National Committee (1974-1979).
  • Chairman, Conservative Political Centre, West Midlands Region (1988-1990).
  • National Chairman, Conservative Political Centre (1990-1993).
  • Regional Chairman, Conservative Party, West Midlands Region (1997-1999).
  • Member of Conservative National Local Government Committee (1988-1998).
  • Vice-Chairman, Democrat Youth Community of Europe (1979-1983).
  • Member of European Communities Youth Forum (1979-1986).
  • Member of the European Parliament (since 1999).
  • OBE (1994).

Resources

9 August 1951|19 December 2014|


References

  1. European Parliament, Declaration of Members' Financial Interests: Philip Bradbourn, 22 June 2009, accessed 05 November 2009.
  2. European Parliament, Declaration of Members' Financial Interests: Philip Bradbourn, 12 August 2008, accessed 10 February 2009.