Trinity College (Cambridge)

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Group.png Trinity College (Cambridge)  
(College)
Headquarters Cambridge, UK

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedSummaryDescription
Stanley Baldwin3 August 186714 December 1947Politician
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Lord President of the Council
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Leader of the Conservative Party
Chancellor of the Exchequer
President of the Board of Trade
Member of Parliament for Bewdley
Arthur Balfour25 July 184819 March 1930Politician
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Lord President of the Council
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
First Lord of the Admiralty
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Lord Privy Seal
Leader of the Conservative Party
Chief Secretary for Ireland
Secretary for Scotland
Rowland Baring28 July 191816 March 1991Diplomat
Banker
British Ambassador to the United States
Governor of the Bank of England
Anthony Blunt26 September 190726 March 1983Spook
Historian
Peter Bottomley30 July 1944Member of Parliament for Worthing West
Member of Parliament for Eltham
Member of Parliament for Woolwich West
Maurice Bridgeman26 January 190418 June 1980Businessman
Laurie Bristow23 November 1963Diplomat
British Ambassador to Russia
Director, Intelligence and National Security
Director, Eastern Europe and Central Asia
British Ambassador to Azerbaijan
Leon Brittan25 September 193921 January 2015Vice-President of the European Commission
European Commissioner for External Relations
European Commissioner for Trade
European Commissioner for Competition
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry
Home Secretary
Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Minister of State at the Home Office
Member of Parliament for Richmond (Yorks)
Member of Parliament for Cleveland and Whitby
Lawyer
Guy Burgess16 April 191130 August 1963Spook
Diplomat
John Cairncross25 July 19138 October 1995Spook
Henry Campbell-Bannerman7 September 183622 April 1908Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)
Leader of the Liberal Party
Secretary of State for War
Chief Secretary for Ireland
Financial Secretary to the War Office
Father of the House
Member of Parliament for Stirling Burghs
Politician
Businessman
Spencer Cavendish23 July 183324 March 1908Politician
Leader of the Liberal Party
Lord President of the Council
Andrew Cohen7 October 190917 June 1968Deep state functionary
Governor of Uganda
Robert Fisk12 July 1946Journalist
Vicky Ford21 September 1967Member of the European Parliament for East of England
Politician
A member of the European Parliament
Mark Lyall Grant29 May 1956Diplomat
National Security Advisor (United States)
Director-General for Political Affairs at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
British Ambassador to the United Nations
Malcolm Harbour19 February 1947Member of the European Parliament for the West Midlands
Politician
A member of the European Parliament
Damian Hinds27 November 1969Politician
Secretary of State for Employment
Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury
Member of Parliament for East Hampshire
Tristram Hunt31 May 1974Shadow Secretary of State for Education
Politician
Journalist
Academic
Director
Member of Parliament for Stoke-on-Trent Central
Douglas Hurd8 March 1930Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Home Secretary
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Minister of State for Europe
Member of Parliament for Witney
Member of Parliament for Mid Oxfordshire
Chatham House/President
Lawrence Lessig3 June 1961Academic
Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
James Mackay2 July 1927Lord Chancellor
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Lawyer
Noel Malcolm26 December 1956Academic
Historian
Journalist
Jawaharlal Nehru14 November 188927 May 1964Politician
Prime Minister of India
Secretary of State for Defence
Minister of Finance
Minister of External Affairs
Lawyer
Author
John Nott1 February 1932Politician
Secretary of State for Defence
Member of Parliament for St Ives
Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy
Michael O'Leary20 March 1961Businessman
Kim Philby1 January 191211 May 1988Spook
Enoch Powell16 June 19128 February 1998Minister of Health
Financial Secretary to the Treasury
Member of Parliament for South Down
Member of Parliament for Wolverhampton South West
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence
Nathan Rothschild (1st Baron Rothschild)8 November 184031 March 1915Banker
Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire
Member of Parliament for Aylesbury
Evelyn de Rothschild29 August 1931Banker
Victor Rothschild31 October 191020 March 1990Spook
Banker
Cricketer
Bertrand Russell18 May 18722 February 1970Philosopher
Propagandist
Richard Scott2 October 1934Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Vice-Chancellor of the Supreme Court
Jurist
Lawyer
Peter Tennant29 November 191022 December 1996Spook
Diplomat
Businessman
Deep state functionary
John ThomsonDiplomat
UK Permanent Representative to the United Nations
William Whitelaw28 June 19181 July 1999Deputy Prime Minister of United Kingdom
Leader of the House of Lords
Lord President of the Council
Home Secretary
Shadow Home Secretary
Chairman of the Conservative Party
Secretary of State for Employment
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Leader of the House of Commons
Chief Whip of the Conservative Party
Member of Parliament for Penrith and The Border
Daniel Yergin6 February 1947Author
Economist
Researcher


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