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Latest revision as of 14:16, 14 September 2016

Person.png Geoff Hoon  Rdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born1953-12-06
Derby, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom
Alma materJesus College (Cambridge)
ReligionAnglicanism
SpouseElaine Dumelow
PartyLabour

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

In office
3 October 2008 - 5 June 2009
Preceded byRuth Kelly
Succeeded byAndrew Adonis

Employment.png Government Chief Whip

In office
28 June 2007 - 3 October 2008
Preceded byJacqui Smith

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

In office
28 June 2007 - 3 October 2008
Preceded byJacqui Smith

Employment.png Minister for Europe Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 May 2006 - 27 June 2007
Succeeded byJim Murphy

Employment.png Minister for Europe Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
28 July 1999 - 11 October 1999

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

In office
6 May 2005 - 5 May 2006
Preceded byPeter Hain
Succeeded byJack Straw

Employment.png Lord Privy Seal Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
6 May 2005 - 5 May 2006
Preceded byPeter Hain
Succeeded byJack Straw

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

In office
11 October 1999 - 6 May 2005
DeputyAdam Ingram
Preceded byGeorge Robertson
Succeeded byJohn Reid

[[|x22px|link=Minister of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs]] Minister of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs

In office
9 May 1999 - 28 July 1999
Succeeded byPeter Hain

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Ashfield

In office
10 April 1992 - 12 April 2010

6 December 1953|


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