Margaret Beckett

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Person.png Dame Margaret Beckett   History Commons Powerbase Sourcewatch
(politician)
Margaret Beckett.jpg
Born Margaret Mary Jackson
1943-01-15
Ashton-under-Lyne, United Kingdom
Alma mater University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
Spouse Leo Beckett
Member of Le Cercle
Party Labour
Website http://www.parliament.uk/biographies/commons/margaret-beckett/328
UK foreign secretary, Le Cercle attendee

Employment.png Minister of State for Housing and Planning

In office
3 October 2008 - 5 June 2009

Employment.png Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee

In office
January 2008 - October 2008
Le Cercle

Employment.png Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 May 2006 - 27 June 2007
Preceded by Jack Straw
Succeeded by David Miliband

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

In office
27 July 1998 - 8 June 2001
Succeeded by Robin Cook

Employment.png Lord President of the Council Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
27 July 1998 - 8 June 2001
Succeeded by Robin Cook

Employment.png President of the Board of Trade

In office
2 May 1997 - 27 July 1998

Employment.png Shadow Secretary of State for Health Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
20 October 1994 - 19 October 1995
Preceded by David Blunkett
Succeeded by Harriet Harman

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

In office
21 July 1994 - 20 October 1994

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

In office
24 July 1992 - 12 May 1994

Employment.png Leader of the Opposition Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
12 May 1994 - 21 July 1994
Preceded by John Smith
Succeeded by Tony Blair

Employment.png Deputy Leader of the Labour Party

In office
18 July 1992 - 21 July 1994
Boss John Smith
Preceded by Roy Hattersley
Succeeded by John Prescott

Employment.png Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
9 January 1989 - 18 July 1992
Succeeded by Harriet Harman

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Derby South

In office
9 June 1983 - Present

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Lincoln

In office
10 October 1974 - 3 May 1979
Preceded by Dick Taverne

Employment.png Secretary of State for Trade and Industry

In office
2 May 1997 - 27 July 1998
Succeeded by Peter Mandelson

Dame Margaret Beckett MP is a UK deep state functionary and politician.

Activities

Beckett she was disappointed but not surprised by a High Court decision on 28 July 2016 to allow Jeremy Corbyn to automatically stand in the Labour leadership election.She had voted on 12 July 2016 that Mr Corbyn should only be allowed to stand if he received 51 MPs' nominations, having herself nominated his opponent Owen Smith. A total of 18 members of Labour's National Executive Committee voted that he should stand automatically, with 14 against, including Margaret Beckett.

Labour donor and ex-parliamentary candidate Michael Foster was unsuccessful in challenging Mr Corbyn's inclusion without having to get MPs' nominations and the Judge ordered Foster to pay the defendants' costs.[1]

Intelligence and Security Committee

Full article: Intelligence and Security Committee

She was chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee from January – October 2008.

Deep Political Connections

Margaret Beckett attended Le Cercle in Madrid from 1-2 December 2007 and Washington DC from 19-22 November 2009.[2][3]  

Event Participated in

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EventDateLocation(s)
Le Cercle/2007 (Madrid)29 November 2007 - 2 December 2007Madrid
Spain


References

  1. "Jeremy Corbyn's court case win 'disappointing', says Derby's Dame Margaret Beckett"
  2. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmregmem/090610/memi04.htm
  3. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmregmem/100412/memi17.htm
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