Caroline Spelman

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Caroline Spelman

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Spelman durin the 2009 Conservative Pairty Conference.
Secretary o State for Environment, Fuid an Rural Affairs
In office
12 Mey 2010 – 4 September 2012
Prime Meenister David Cameron
Precedit bi Hilary Benn
Succeedit bi Owen Paterson
Shadae Secretary o State for Commonties an Local Govrenment
In office
19 Januar 2009 – 12 Mey 2010
Leader David Cameron
Precedit bi Eric Pickles
Succeedit bi John Denham
Chairman o the Conservative Pairty
In office
2 Julie 2007 – 19 Januar 2009
Leader David Cameron
Precedit bi Francis Maude
Succeedit bi Eric Pickles
Shaidae Secretary o State for Commonties an Local Govrenment
for Local an Devolvit Govrenment Affairs (2004–05)
for the Office o the Deputy Prime Menister (2005–06)
In office
15 Mairch 2004 – 2 Julie 2007
Leader Michael Howard
David Cameron
Precedit bi David Curry
Succeedit bi Eric Pickles
Shadae Secretary o State for the Environment
In office
10 November 2003 – 15 Mairch 2004
Leader Michael Howard
Precedit bi David Lidington (Environment, Fuid an Rural Affairs)
Succeedit bi Richard Ottaway
Shaidae Secretary of State for International Development
In office
18 September 2001 – 10 November 2003
Leader Iain Duncan Smith
Precedit bi Gary Streeter
Succeedit bi John Bercow
Member of Parliament
for Meriden
Assumed office
1 Mey 1997
Precedit bi Iain Mills
Majority 19,198 (35.1%)
Personal details
Born (1958-05-04) 4 Mey 1958 (age 61)
Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England
Poleetical pairty Conservative
Spoose(s) Mark Spelman
Bairns 3
Alma mater Queen Mary College, University of London.
Religion Church of England[1]

Caroline Alice Spelman (born 4 Mey 1958) is an Inglis politeecian, an a member o the Unitit Kinrick pairlament at Wastmeinster, representin the Conservative Pairty. She represents the Meriden consteetuency in the Hoose o Commons.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. The Committee Office, House of Commons. "House of Commons - Mrs Caroline Spelman - Standards and Privileges Committee". Retrieved 2010-05-13.