David Miliband

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The Right Honourable
David Miliband
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Preses o the Internaitional Rescue Committee
Assumed office
1 September 2013
Precedit bi George Erik Rupp
Shaidae Foreign Secretar
In office
11 Mey 2010 – 8 October 2010
Leader Harriet Harman
Precedit bi William Hague
Succeedit bi Yvette Cooper
Secretar o State for Foreign an Commonweel Affairs
In office
28 Juin 2007 – 11 Mey 2010
Prime Meenister Gordon Brown
Precedit bi Margaret Beckett
Succeedit bi William Hague
Secretar o State for Environment,
Fuid an Rural Affairs
In office
5 Mey 2006 – 27 Juin 2007
Prime Meenister Tony Blair
Precedit bi Margaret Beckett
Succeedit bi Hilary Benn
Meenister o State for Commonties an Local Govrenment
In office
11 Mey 2005 – 5 Mey 2006
Prime Meenister Tony Blair
Precedit bi Nick Raynsford
Succeedit bi Phil Woolas
Meenister o State for the Cabinet Office
In office
16 December 2004 – 11 Mey 2005
Prime Meenister Tony Blair
Precedit bi Ruth Kelly
Meenister for Schuils
In office
24 October 2002 – 16 December 2004
Prime Meenister Tony Blair
Precedit bi Stephen Timms
Succeedit bi Stephen Twigg
Member o Pairlament
for South Shields
In office
7 Juin 2001 – 15 Aprile 2013
Precedit bi David Clark
Succeedit bi Emma Lewell-Buck
Personal details
Born David Wright Miliband
(1965-07-15) 15 Julie 1965 (age 53)
Lunnon, Ingland, Unitit Kinrick
Naitionality Breetish
Poleetical pairty Labour
Spoose(s) Louise Shackelton (m. 1998)[1]
Relations Ralph Miliband (father)
Marion Kozak (mither)
Ed Miliband (brither)
Bairns 2
Alma mater Corpus Christi College, Oxford
Massachusetts Institute o Technology

David Wright Miliband (born 15 Julie 1965) is a Breetish Labour Pairty politeecian wha wis the Secretar o State for Foreign an Commonweel Affairs frae 2007 tae 2010 [2] an the Member o Pairlament (MP) for South Shields frae 2001 tae 2013.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Wheeler, Brian (29 September 2010). "The David Miliband Story". BBC News. Archived frae the oreeginal on 22 May 2013. Retrieved 29 September 2013. 
  2. "David Miliband — Somerville College Oxford". www.some.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 2016-05-24.