Geoffrey Howe

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Person.png Geoffrey Howe  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
BornRichard Edward Geoffrey Howe
Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
Died2015-10-09 (Age 88)
Idlicote, Warwickshire, England
Alma materUniversity of Cambridge/Trinity Hall
Spouse • Elspeth Howe
• Baroness Howe of Idlicote
Member ofKönigswinter/Speakers, Mont Pelerin Society

Employment.png Deputy Prime Minister of United Kingdom Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
24 July 1989 - 1 November 1990

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

In office
24 July 1989 - 1 November 1990
Succeeded byJohn MacGregor

Employment.png Lord President of the Council

In office
24 July 1989 - 1 November 1990
Succeeded byJohn MacGregor

Employment.png Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

In office
11 June 1983 - 24 July 1989
Preceded byFrancis Pym
Succeeded byJohn Major

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

In office
4 May 1979 - 11 June 1983
Preceded byDenis Healey
Succeeded byNigel Lawson

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

In office
18 February 1975 - 4 May 1979
Preceded byRobert Carr
Succeeded byDenis Healey

Employment.png Solicitor General for England and Wales Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
23 June 1970 - 5 November 1972
Succeeded byMichael Havers

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Reigate

In office
18 June 1970 - 28 February 1974

John Hughes-Wilson stated in 2013 that Geoffrey Howe supported the "Arms to Iraq" project.[1]


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