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Philip Hammond

Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Defence.jpg
Chancellor o the Exchequer
In office
13 Julie 2016 – 24 Julie 2019
Prime MeenisterTheresa May
Precedit biGeorge Osborne
Succeedit biSajid Javid
Secretar o State for Foreign an Commonweel Affairs
In office
15 Julie 2014 – 13 Julie 2016
Prime MeenisterDavid Cameron
Precedit biWilliam Hague
Succeedit biBoris Johnson
Secretar o State for Defence
In office
14 October 2011 – 15 Julie 2014
Prime MeenisterDavid Cameron
Precedit biLiam Fox
Succeedit biMichael Fallon
Secretar o State for Transport
In office
11 Mey 2010 – 14 October 2011
Prime MeenisterDavid Cameron
Precedit biThe Laird Adonis
Succeedit biJustine Greening
Shaidae Chief Secretar tae the Treasury
In office
2 Julie 2007 – 11 Mey 2010
LeaderDavid Cameron
Precedit biTheresa Villiers
Succeedit biLiam Byrne
In office
10 Mey 2005 – 6 December 2005
LeaderMichael Howard
Precedit biGeorge Osborne
Succeedit biTheresa Villiers
Shaidae Secretar o State for Wirk an Pensions
In office
6 December 2005 – 2 Julie 2007
LeaderDavid Cameron
Precedit biMalcolm Rifkind
Succeedit biChris Grayling
Member o Pairlament
for Runnymede an Weybridge
Assumed office
1 Mey 1997
Precedit biConstituency established
Majority22,134 (44.2%)
Personal details
BornPhilip Anthony Hammond
(1955-12-04) 4 December 1955 (age 63)[1]
Epping, Ingland
Poleetical pairtyConservative
Spoose(s)Susan Carolyn Williams-Walker
Bairns3
Alma materVarsity College, Oxford
ReligionAnglican[2]

Philip Hammond (born 4 December 1955) is an Inglis politeecian, an a member o the Unitit Kinrick pairlament at Wastmeinster, representin the Conservative Pairty. He represents the Runnymede an Weybridge consteetuency in the Hoose o Commons. He wis the Chancellor o the Exchequer.

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  1. "Philip Hammond MP". BBC- Democracy live. Retrieved 13 October 2011. 
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