Quintin Hogg

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Person.png Quintin Hogg   WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
(politician)
Born 1907-10-09
London, United Kingdom
Died 2001-10-12 (Age 94)
London, United Kingdom
Alma mater Christ Church, Oxford
Children 5
Spouse Natalie Sullivan
Party Conservative

Employment.png Lord Chancellor Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
4 May 1979 - 13 June 1987
Succeeded by Michael Havers, Michael Havers

Employment.png Lord Chancellor Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
20 June 1970 - 4 March 1974

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In office
13 April 1966 - 20 June 1970
Preceded by Peter Thorneycroft

Employment.png Secretary of State for Education and Science Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
1 April 1964 - 16 October 1964
Succeeded by Michael Stewart

Employment.png Secretary of State for Education and Science Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
14 January 1957 - 17 September 1957

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In office
27 July 1960 - 16 October 1964
Preceded by Alec Douglas-Home
Succeeded by Herbert Bowden

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In office
17 September 1957 - 14 October 1959
Preceded by Alec Douglas-Home
Succeeded by Alec Douglas-Home

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In office
27 July 1960 - 20 October 1963
Preceded by Alec Douglas-Home
Succeeded by Peter Carrington

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In office
14 October 1959 - 27 July 1960

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In office
14 October 1959 - 27 July 1960
Preceded by Rab Butler

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In office
19 October 1956 - 14 January 1957
Succeeded by George Douglas-Hamilton

Employment.png Member of Parliament for St Marylebone

In office
5 December 1963 - 30 June 1970

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Oxford

In office
27 October 1938 - 16 August 1950

 

Event Participated in

EventDateLocation(s)
Bilderberg/196731 March 1967 - 2 April 1967UK
United Kingdom
St John's College (Cambridge)


References


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