Margaret Hodge

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Dame Margaret Hodge

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Rt Hon Dame Margaret Hodge DBE MP
Chair o the Public Accoonts Committee
In office
10 Juin 2010[1] – 30 March 2015[2]
MonarchElizabeth II
Precedit biSir Edward Leigh
Succeedit biMeg Hillier
Meenister o State for Cultur an Tourism
In office
22 September 2009 – 11 Mey 2010
Prime MeenisterGordon Brown
Precedit biBarbara Follett
Succeedit biJohn Penrose
In office
27 Juin 2007 – 3 October 2008
Prime MeenisterGordon Brown
Precedit biDavid Lammy
Succeedit biBarbara Follett
Meenister o State for Wirk
In office
9 Mey 2005 – 27 Juin 2007
Prime MeenisterTony Blair
Precedit biJane Kennedy
Succeedit biJim Murphy
Meenister o State for Bairns
In office
13 June 2003 – 9 Mey 2005
Prime MeenisterTony Blair
Precedit biOffice created[3]
Succeedit biMaria Eagle
Meenister for Varsities
In office
11 Juin 2001 – 13 Juin 2003
Prime MeenisterTony Blair
Succeedit biAlan Johnson
Unner-Secretar o State for Disabled Fowk
In office
29 Julie 1998 – 11 Juin 2001
Prime MeenisterTony Blair
Precedit biPaul Boateng
Succeedit biMaria Eagle
Member o Pairlament
for Barking
Assumed office
9 Juin 1994
Precedit biJo Richardson
Majority16,555 (36.5%)
Personal details
BornMargaret Eve Oppenheimer
(1944-09-08) 8 September 1944 (age 75)
Cairo, Kinrick o Egyp[4]
Naitionality Unitit Kinrick
Poleetical pairtyLabour
Spoose(s)Andrew Watson (1968–1978, divorced)
Sir Henry Hodge (1978–2009, deceased)
Bairns4 (1 son, 3 daughters)
ResidenceLunnon
Alma materLondon School of Economics
ThriftPoliteecian an pairlamentarian
ProfessionEconomist

Dame Margaret Eve Hodge, Lady Hodge DBE MP (born 8 September 1944) is a Breetish Labour politeecian, wha haes served as Member o Pairlament for Barking syne 1994.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Polly Curtis "Margaret Hodge named head of public accounts committee", The Guardian, 10 June 2015
  2. "General Election 2015 timetable – UK Parliament". Parliament.uk. Retrieved 11 February 2016.
  3. "Margaret Hodge". Politics.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-02-11.
  4. Sarah Hall (21 November 2003). "The Guardian profile: Margaret Hodge". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 29 March 2010.