Peter Lilley

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Person.png Peter Lilley   Powerbase SourcewatchRdf-icon.png
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Hayes, Kent, England
Alma materClare College (Cambridge)

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

In office
11 June 1997 - 2 June 1998
Preceded byKenneth Clarke
Succeeded byFrancis Maude

Employment.png Secretary of State for Social Security Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
8 April 1992 - 2 May 1997
Succeeded byHarriet Harman

Employment.png Secretary of State for Trade and Industry link=, _Energy_and_Industrial_Strategy

In office
14 July 1990 - 11 April 1992
Preceded byNicholas Ridley
Succeeded byMichael Heseltine

Employment.png UK/Financial Secretary to the Treasury Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
24 July 1989 - 28 November 1990
Preceded byNorman Lamont
Succeeded byFrancis Maude

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

In office
11 June 1987 - 24 July 1989

Employment.png President of the Board of Trade

In office
14 July 1990 - 11 April 1992
Succeeded byMichael Heseltine

Employment.png Member of Parliament for St Albans

In office
9 June 1983 - 1 May 1997

Peter Lilley was used by Stephan Kock and MI6/MI5 to institute a DTI Inquiry in an effort to stop Gerald James.[1]


Brexit "intelligence"

In January 2018 Channel 4 secretly recorded Peter Lilley with Andrew Lansley and Andrew Mitchell offering to sell Brexit intelligence to actors who posed as Chinese businessmen hoping to hire them to make money out of Britain leaving the EU. This was a front page story in the Sunday Times of 28 January 2018.[2]

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