William Dartmouth

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Person.png William Dartmouth   WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born1949-09-23
London, England
NationalityBritish
Alma materChrist Church (Oxford), Harvard Business School
ReligionChurch of England
Relatives • Diana
• Princess of Wales
• The 13th Duke of Carcaci
• Rupert Murdoch
Spouse • Fiona
• Countess of Dartmouth
PartyUK Independence Party
A member of the European Parliament

Employment.png Deputy Chair of UKIP

In office
24th February 2016 Serving with Diane James - Present
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Employment.png Member of the House of Lords as Earl of Dartmouth

In office
14 December 1997 - 11 November 1999

William (The Earl of) Dartmouth (born 23 September 1949, London) is an MEP for South West from UKIP.


Affiliations

Record and Controversies

Declaration of Financial Interests

Paid Functions or Activities:

  • Non-executive Director, Hanson Transport

[1]

Record of Parliamentary Votes

Personal Information

Curriculum Vitae

  • BA (Hons.), Christ Church College, Oxford University (1970). Elected Secretary of the Oxford Union (1969). Harvard Business School (1977-1979): MBA concentrating on Marketing and Finance (1979). FCA (Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales), ACA (1975). Worked outside the UK (1975-1985): for Whinney Murray (now part of Ernst and Young) in the Middle East (1975-1977); for Marsh and MacLennan (holding company), Macmillan Inc. - Fortune 500 publishing and media company in the United States (1977-1985).
  • Member of the Governing Body, University of Huddersfield (1995-1998).

Resources

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References

  1. European Parliament, Declaration of Members' Financial Interests: William Dartmouth, 08 July 2009, accessed 04 November 2009.
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