592 Facts About British Politicians

1. Tony Blair led the Labour Party to three election victories in a row, the first two with huge majorities (179 and 167 seats in the House of Commons, respectively).

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2. Liam Fox was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office from 1996 to 1997.

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3. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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4. Nigel Farage was the leader of the 24-member UKIP contingent in the European Parliament, and co-leader of the multinational Eurosceptic group, Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy.

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5. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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6. In 1996 Michael Gove joined The Times newspaper in London as a columnist and leader writer.

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7. Nigel Farage has employed his wife as his parliamentary secretary and in April 2014 he explained that "nobody else could do that job".

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8. Mr Paul Nuttall is said to specialise in the Edwardian era.

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9. Michael Howard gained quick promotion, becoming Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Department of Trade and Industry in 1985 with responsibility for regulating the financial dealings of the City of London.

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10. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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11. Michael Gove is not resigning, sources close to him have announced.

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12. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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13. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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14. Nigel Farage is well-known for his contentious comments against other politicians and leaders.

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15. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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16. Michael Gove met his wife, Sarah Vine, 49, while the two were working together at the Times.

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17. Liam Fox was eliminated in the first ballot, finishing in last place with 16 votes.

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18. Mr Paul Nuttall campaigned to ban the burka during his time in charge of UKIP.

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19. Nigel Farage was involved in a plane crash on election day in 2010 after a promotional UKIP banner became tangled around the rudder of the light aircraft he was in.

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20. Nigel Farage was listed as a person of interest by the FBI in their investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election.

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21. David Miliband conducted a final mini-reshuffle ahead of the 2015 general election in November 2014, when Jim Murphy resigned as Shadow International Development Secretary to become Leader of the Scottish Labour Party.

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22. From 1983 to 2007, Tony Blair Sports Foundation was the Member of Parliament for Sedgefield.

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23. Michael Gove was born in Edinburgh in 1967 and brought up in Aberdeen.

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24. Michael Howard stood down as leader in December 2005 and was replaced by David Cameron.

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25. In March 2011, Liam Fox defended the decision to make 11,000 redundancies in the armed forces, insisting that personnel who have recently returned from Afghanistan would not be sacked.

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26. Nigel Farage was mobbed by well-wishers as he made his way to his favourite pub, the Marquis of Granby, for a celebratory drink.

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27. Tony Blair was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W Bush, for his support for the War on Terror and his role in achieving peace in Northern Ireland.

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28. David Miliband said such "cross border aid" has reached about a half million Syrians with medical aid in cities that were "besieged and cut off from the UN help".

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29. Tony Blair maintains, once the terms deciding how the UK leaves the EU are known the people should vote again on those terms.

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30. Nigel Farage said the remarks made his "blood boil" as he gave a stinging rebuke on Monday evening.

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31. On 14 July 2016 Michael Gove was removed from the position of Justice Secretary by the new Prime Minister, Theresa May.

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32. Tony Blair met his future wife, Cherie Booth at the law chambers founded by Derry Irvine (who was to be Blair's first Lord Chancellor), 11 King's Bench Walk Chambers.

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33. In 1992, Tony Blair was appointed to the position of shadow home secretary.

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34. Liam Fox studied medicine at the University of Glasgow and worked as a GP and Civilian Army Medical Officer before being elected as an MP.

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35. On 21 December 2010, the Office of David Miliband Limited was formed with Miliband and his wife Louise as directors.

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36. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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37. Tony Blair Sports Foundation resigned from his Sedgefield seat in the House of Commons in the traditional form of accepting the Stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds, to which he was appointed by Gordon Brown in one of the latter's last acts as Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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38. Nigel Farage is critical of Britain's involvement in the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya, and cited their financial and human expenses and poor outcomes as reasons for Britain to not become involved militarily in Syria.

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39. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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40. Tony Blair gave important powers to unelected advisers, notably media consultant Alistair Campbell.

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41. Tony Blair joined the Labour Party shortly after graduating from Oxford in 1975.

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42. Jeremy Corbyn was first elected Member of Parliament for Islington North in 1983.

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43. David Miliband believes the European Union and the World Trade Organization affect power relations between British and foreign farmers.

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44. In 2013, Nigel Farage criticised David Cameron's policy on wind turbines, describing it as covering "Britain in ugly disgusting ghastly windmills".

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45. Jeremy Corbyn was the national chair of the Stop the War Coalition from 2011 to 2015.

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46. Churchill was instrumental in having para-military forces intervene in the Irish War of Independence.

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47. Tony Blair Sports Foundation made an animated cameo appearance as himself in The Simpsons episode, "The Regina Monologues".

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48. Michael Gove was eliminated from the leadership race on the second ballot on 7 July 2016.

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49. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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50. On 19 June 2006 it was reported that Michael Howard would become chairman of Diligence Europe, a private intelligence and risk assessment company founded by former CIA and MI5 members.

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51. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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52. Liam Fox fought for the seat of Roxburgh and Berwickshire in Scotland, in the general election of 1987.

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53. Nigel Farage clearly enjoys the limelight and appears to love being in the media.

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54. Michael Howard was one of a cluster of Conservative students at Cambridge University around this time, sometimes referred to as the "Cambridge Mafia", many of whom held high government office under Margaret Thatcher and John Major.

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55. In 1982, Tony Blair tried but failed to land a seat in Parliament for the Beaconsfield District.

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56. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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57. In May 2008 Tony Blair announced a new plan for peace and for Palestinian rights, based heavily on the ideas of the Peace Valley plan.

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58. Liam Fox used to trumpet a comprehensive free trade agreement with the US.

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59. Michael Howard is a British politician who was Leader of the Conservative Party.

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60. Mr Paul Nuttall became the latest leading figure in the party to announce his resignation in protest at the decision to appoint Tommy Robinson as an adviser.

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61. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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62. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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63. Jeremy Corbyn pours cold water on calls for second Brexit vote.

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64. Churchill was born at the family's ancestral home, Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, on 30 November 1874, at which time the United Kingdom was the dominant world power.

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65. Nigel Farage appeared on Claire Byrne Live on Monday night where he expressed his belief that Ireland will leave the European Union.

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66. David Miliband was elected to the House of Commons in 2005.

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67. Liam Fox has pledged to restructure the defence procurement process in the Ministry of Defence.

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68. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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69. On 22 December 2007, it was disclosed that Tony Blair had joined the Roman Catholic Church.

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70. Iain Duncan Smith joined the Conservative Party in 1981, and eventually succeeded William Hague as Conservative Leader in 2001; he won the leadership election partly owing to the support of Margaret Thatcher for his Eurosceptic beliefs.

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71. David Miliband launched Labour's campaign for the 2012 local elections with a speech in Birmingham, accusing the coalition government of "betrayal", and claiming that it "lacked the values" that Britain needed.

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72. Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage were spotted at a swanky restaurant on Thursday night after a day in which the government fell into chaos over the Brexit deal.

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73. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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74. Mr Paul Nuttall is unpopular with many across his native Merseyside for his association with UKIP and the policies he has supported.

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75. Nigel Farage was named "Briton of the Year" by The Times in 2014.

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76. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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77. Tony Blair was reported to have accepted a business advisory role with President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt, a situation deemed incompatible with his role as Middle East envoy.

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78. Nigel Farage lives in Single Street, a hamlet in the London Borough of Bromley, "around the corner from his mother".

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79. In 2016, Michael Gove played a major role in the UK's referendum on EU membership as the co-convenor of Vote Leave and along with Boris Johnson, became a key figurehead of the campaign.

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80. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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81. Liam Fox was a registered shareholder of the medical educational firm Arrest Ltd which was dissolved in 2010.

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82. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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83. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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84. David Miliband publicly insisted that he was not available to fill the post, as he was committed to remaining in the British cabinet.

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85. Jeremy Corbyn must join opposition leaders in Brexit fight before it's too late, insists Ian Blackford.

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86. Nigel Farage is an association football fan, and supports Crystal Palace FC.

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87. Nigel Farage calls Irish border issue the "greatest hoax in modern history".

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88. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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89. In 1997, Michael Gove wrote in support of bringing back hanging as capital punishment, which was abolished in the UK in 1965, although he has not repeated such views since.

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90. Iain Duncan Smith resigned from the Cabinet on 18 March 2016, in opposition to Chancellor George Osborne's proposed cuts to disability benefits.

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91. Churchill was the main architect of the Ten Year Rule, a principle that allowed the Treasury to dominate and control strategic, foreign and financial policies under the assumption that "there would be no great European war for the next five or ten years".

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92. Tony Blair announced at the end of his speech at the 1994 Labour Party conference that he intended to replace Clause IV of the party's constitution with a new statement of aims and values.

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93. Iain Duncan Smith talks to bomb disposal expert Kim Hughes.

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94. Nigel Farage took his revenge against all of those who had written him off in a rather triumphant speech at the European Parliament.

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95. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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96. Nigel Farage appeared in an advertisement for the bookmaker Paddy Power ahead of golf's 2014 Ryder Cup.

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97. Nigel Farage has made reference to his German wife in response to criticisms that he is somehow "anti-Europe", while he himself says he is merely anti-EU.

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98. David Miliband became first a television journalist, then a Labour Party researcher and a visiting scholar at Harvard University, before rising to become one of Chancellor Gordon Brown's confidants and Chairman of HM Treasury's Council of Economic Advisers.

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99. On 7 November 2016, Nigel Farage announced he would lead a 100,000 strong march to the Supreme court timed for when it starts hearing the Government appeal.

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100. Tony Blair is in New Delhi wearing two badges: elder statesman for the Raisina Dialogue and social activist for his Generation Global schools project.

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101. Michael Howard was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 1977 Birthday Honours and a Knight Bachelor in the 1986 Birthday Honours.

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102. Tony Blair increased police powers by adding to the number of arrestable offences, compulsory DNA recording and the use of dispersal orders.

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103. Michael Howard previously held cabinet positions in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major, including Secretary of State for Employment, Secretary of State for the Environment and Home Secretary.

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104. In 2006 Tony Blair was criticised for his failure to immediately call for a ceasefire in the 2006 Lebanon War.

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105. Tony Blair received his first frontbench appointment as assistant Treasury Spokesman in 1984.

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106. Michael Howard passed his eleven-plus exam in 1952 and then attended Llanelli Boys' Grammar School.

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107. Michael Howard stood but his campaign was marred by attacks on his record as Home Secretary.

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108. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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109. Michael Gove was praised for his prominent role in scrapping a British bid for a Saudi prison contract.

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110. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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111. In September 2005, Liam Fox announced he would join the contest to be the next leader of the Conservative party.

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112. Tony Blair became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on 2 May 1997, winning by a landslide.

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113. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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114. Jeremy Corbyn became the local Labour Party's agent and organiser, and had responsibility for the 1979 general election campaign in Hornsey.

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115. Nigel Farage stated it was all "meaningless anyway" and that the EU will not stand the test of time.

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116. Michael Howard includes a rather shabby work, the Buelow-Marsch of 1883, in its first draft.

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117. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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118. Nigel Farage was ranked second in The Daily Telegraph's Top 100 most influential right-wingers poll in October 2013, behind Prime Minister David Cameron.

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119. In 2000, Tony Blair Sports Foundation "flagged up" 100 million euros for green policies and urged environmentalists and businesses to work together.

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120. Michael Howard compared the post-Brexit situation of Gibraltar's disputed sovereignty with Spain with the resolution of a similar issue by the Falklands War in 1982.

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121. Tony Blair rarely applies such labels to himself, but he promised before the 1997 election that New Labour would govern "from the radical centre", and according to one lifelong Labour Party member, has always described himself as a social democrat.

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122. David Miliband is Co-chair of the Global Ocean Commission which was founded in February 2013.

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123. Nigel Farage told a Channel 4 documentary in 2015 that there is a "fifth column" of Islamic extremists in the United Kingdom.

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124. On 15 April 2013, David Miliband resigned from Parliament in order to take up the posts of President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee in New York City, which triggered a by-election.

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125. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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126. Tony Blair Sports Foundation had informed Pope Benedict XVI on 23 June 2007 that he wanted to become a Catholic.

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127. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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128. In 1985 Michael Howard joined Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's government as a junior minister at the Department of Trade and Industry.

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129. Tony Blair states that Blair had a "wobble" and considered changing his mind on the eve of the bombing of Iraq in 1998.

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130. Iain Duncan Smith says Britain needs an immigration system that gives the unemployed "a level playing field".

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131. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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132. Mr Paul Nuttall is the latest prominent figure to leave Ukip in protest at its direction under leader Gerard Batten.

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133. Michael Gove was adopted and brought up in Aberdeen, in northern Scotland.

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134. In June 1950, Churchill was strongly critical of the Attlee Government's failure to send British representatives to Paris to discuss the Schuman Plan for setting up the European Coal and Steel Community.

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135. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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136. On 4 September 2009, Nigel Farage resigned as the UKIP's leader to focus on his campaign to become Member of Parliament for Buckingham at Westminster in the 2010 general election.

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137. In 1908, Winston Churchill married Clementine Ogilvy Hozier after a short courtship.

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138. Tony Blair had informed Pope Benedict XVI on 23 June 2007 that he wanted to become a Catholic.

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139. In May 2012, Jeremy Corbyn authored a piece in the Morning Star titled "High time for an end to NATO" where he described the organisation as an "instrument of cold war manipulation".

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140. In October 2016, Nigel Farage praised Trump for "dominating" Hillary Clinton, comparing him to a silverback gorilla.

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141. On 4 December 2018, Nigel Farage announced his resignation from UKIP over the appointment of Tommy Robinson as an adviser to the UKIP leader Gerard Batten and the decision of the National Executive of UKIP to keep Batten as leader of the party.

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142. Tony Blair retired as Prime Minister and Leader of Labour Party in 2007.

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143. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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144. In September 2013 Liam Fox launched Rising Tides: Facing the Challenges of a New Era, a 384-page book in which he warns that many of the world's institutions are ill-equipped to tackle the economic and security threats of the 21st century.

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145. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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146. Iain Duncan Smith has become significantly involved in issues of family and social breakdown.

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147. Michael Gove was criticised by teachers unions for his attempts to overhaul British education.

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148. Michael Howard obtained eight O-levels, and A-levels, gaining a place at Peterhouse at Cambridge University.

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149. Liam Fox criticised what he called a "conspiracy of optimism based on poor cost-estimation, unrealistic timescales" at the MoD and in industry.

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150. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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151. Jeremy Corbyn is a British politician who is the Leader of the Labour Party and leader of the opposition.

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152. Tony Blair Sports Foundation said he believed the world was safer as a result of the invasion.

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153. Nigel Farage suffered from testicular cancer but was cured in the first stage and is living healthy and happy life in Single Street, Bromley, London, England.

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154. On 14 March 2007, Tony Blair Sports Foundation appeared as a celebrity judge on Masterchef Goes Large after contestants had to prepare a three-course meal in the Downing Street kitchens for Blair and Bertie Ahern.

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155. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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156. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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157. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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158. Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953 "for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values".

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159. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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160. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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161. Jeremy Corbyn has met with the head of MI6 for the first time in anticipation of a snap election triggered by the collapse of the Brexit negotiations, The Telegraph has learnt.

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162. Tony Blair resigned from his Sedgefield seat in the House of Commons in the traditional form of accepting the Stewardship of the Chiltern Hundreds, to which he was appointed by Gordon Brown in one of the latter's last acts as Chancellor of the Exchequer.

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163. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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164. Liam Fox was born on 22 September 1961 and is a British politician of the Conservative Party, who has served as Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade since 2016.

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165. Tony Blair Sports Foundation criticised other governments for not doing enough to solve global climate change.

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166. Iain Duncan Smith became a member of the House of Commons with a majority of nearly 15,000.

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167. In 1899, Churchill escaped a prisoner of war camp whilst a correspondent in South Africa, during the Boer War.

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168. Michael Gove was born in Edinburgh and originally forenamed Graham by his biological mother; at the age of four months he was adopted by a Labour-supporting family in Aberdeen, where he was brought up.

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169. Mr Paul Nuttall was not a household name like his predecessor Nigel Farage, but he was cut from the same plain-speaking cloth.

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170. Nigel Farage joined Refco in 1994, and Natexis Metals in 2003.

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171. Jeremy Corbyn went on a motorbike tour of East Germany with Diane Abbott, after his marriage to Chapman ended.

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172. Tony Blair was forced to back down on these proposals because John Prescott and Gordon Brown opposed the PR system, and many members of the Shadow Cabinet were worried about concessions being made towards the Lib Dems.

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173. In March 2014, Stephen Kinnock was selected as the Labour Party candidate for the seat of Aberavon in Wales for the 2015 General Election.

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174. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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175. In early 2005, Nigel Farage requested that the European Commission disclose where the individual Commissioners had spent their holidays.

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176. Michael Gove says he is "absolutely confident the prime minister will do the very very best for Britain".

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177. Michael Howard was born into a military family—her father served as a master sergeant in the US Air Force—and by the time she was 12 years old, she had started thinking about embarking on a career in the military.

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178. Jeremy Corbyn suffers Labour rebellion as 20 MPs vote against Government's income tax cuts.

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179. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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180. On 22 May 1936, Winston Churchill was present at a meeting of Old Guard Conservatives at Lord Winterton's house at Shillinglee Park, to push for greater rearmament.

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181. In March 2015, Nigel Farage declared in his book The Purple Revolution that he would step down as UKIP leader should he not be elected as an MP; he stated his belief that it would not be "credible" for him to lead UKIP without sitting in parliament at Westminster.

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182. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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183. Michael Howard was born in the Welsh mining village of Gorseinon, Carmarthenshire, on July 7th 1941.

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184. Jeremy Corbyn dismissed another Brexit vote as not "a priority" tonight as she dashed Remainers' hopes of Labour backing for a second referendum.

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185. Nigel Farage was involved in a serious car crash outside Orpington station after spending the afternoon in the pubdebating the Anglo-Irish Agreement in 1985.

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186. Tony Blair Sports Foundation received his first front-bench appointment in 1984 as assistant Treasury spokesman.

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187. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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188. In 2011, Tony Blair was presented with the Liberty Medal by former president Bill Clinton.

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189. Michael Howard served as Shadow Foreign Secretary for the next two years but retired from the Shadow Cabinet in 1999, though remaining an MP.

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190. Nigel Farage began hosting a talk show on the British radio station LBC for four nights a week.

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191. In 2008, Paul Nuttall became the founding secretary of Young Independence, the youth wing of UKIP for under 35-year-olds.

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192. In 1899, Churchill left the Army and worked as a war correspondent for the Morning Post, a conservative daily newspaper.

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193. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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194. Tony Blair was Leader of the Opposition from 1994 to 1997.

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195. David Miliband described himself as a new type of Labour politician, looking to move beyond the divisiveness of Blairism and Brownism, and calling for an end to the "factionalism and psychodramas" of Labour's past.

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196. Michael Gove wrote a sympathetic biography of Michael Portillo and a critical study of the Northern Ireland peace process, which was commissioned by the Charles Douglas-Home Trust.

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197. Michael Gove helped to write speeches for Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet ministers, including Peter Lilley and Michael Howard.

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198. Nigel Farage was ranked the fifth-most influential MEP by Politico in 2016, who described him as "one of the two most effective speakers in the chamber".

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199. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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200. Michael Gove left his post as Education Secretary in 2014 when he was appointed Chief Whip.

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201. In May 2014, David Miliband led Labour through the European Parliament elections, where the party increased its number of Members of the European Parliament from 13 to 20.

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202. Churchill was critical of Kitchener's actions during the war, particularly the latter's unmerciful treatment of enemy wounded and his desecration of Muhammad Ahmad's tomb in Omdurman.

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203. In September 2006, Nigel Farage became the UKIP Leader and led the party through the 2009 European Parliament Election, when it won the second highest share of the popular vote, defeating Labour and the Liberal Democrats with over two million votes.

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204. Tony Blair quickly pledged his support for Bush's efforts to stamp out terrorism.

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205. In 2006, Jeremy Corbyn was one of 12 Labour MPs to support Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National Party's call for a parliamentary inquiry into the Iraq War.

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206. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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207. On 3 October 2008, David Miliband was promoted to become Secretary of State for the newly created Department of Energy and Climate Change in a cabinet reshuffle.

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208. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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209. Liam Fox is opposed to the European Commission having any role in defence policy.

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210. Nigel Farage is in favour of crackdowns on immigration from Eastern Europe, but is favourable to immigration from India and Australia.

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211. Mr Paul Nuttall joined UKIP in 2004 after running for the Conservatives in a council election in Bootle two years earlier.

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212. Liam Fox blamed a "changeover of staffing responsibilities" for this error.

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213. Jeremy Corbyn shared support for Chavez's successor, President Nicolas Maduro, in 2014 while congratulating him on his presidency.

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214. On 22 May 2008, Tony Blair received an honorary law doctorate from Queen's University Belfast, alongside former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, for distinction in public service and roles in the Northern Ireland peace process.

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215. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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216. In 1988, Stephen Kinnock was challenged by Tony Benn for the party leadership.

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217. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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218. Michael Howard continued his career at the Bar, becoming a practising Queen's Counsel in 1982.

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219. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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220. Michael Gove was a member of the winning team in Grampian Television's quiz show Top Club, and played the school chaplain in the 1995 family comedy A Feast at Midnight.

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221. Nigel Farage has since provided political analysis for both the main Fox News channel and its sister channel Fox Business Network.

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222. Jeremy Corbyn has campaigned against Private Finance Initiative schemes, supported a higher rate of income tax for the wealthiest in society, and his shadow chancellor proposed the introduction of a £10 per hour living wage.

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223. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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224. Tony Blair is the only Prime Minister with three consecutive general election victories, with victories in 1997, 2001, and 2005.

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225. Michael Gove disputed the Information Commissioner's ruling and proceeded to tribunal, costing taxpayers £12,540 in fees for legal advice, but the appeal was withdrawn.

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226. On 12 September 2006, Nigel Farage was elected leader of UKIP with 45 percent of the vote, 20 percentage points ahead of his nearest rival.

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227. Tony Blair succeeded in convincing Labour Party members to rewrite Clause Four of the party charter.

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228. On 22 May 2008, Tony Blair Sports Foundation received an honorary law doctorate from Queen's University Belfast, alongside former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, for distinction in public service and roles in the Northern Ireland peace process.

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229. On 6 May 2010, the morning of the election, Nigel Farage was travelling in a two-seater PZL-104 Wilga aircraft with a pro-UKIP banner attached, when the plane crashed.

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230. Michael Gove rules out resigning over Brexit deal—Politics live.

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231. In March 2017, it was reported that Paul Nuttall had claimed excess European funding for his office in his constituency which he shared with Louise Bours.

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232. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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233. Iain Duncan Smith was promoted to lieutenant on 28 June 1977, and retired from the military on 2 April 1981, moving to the Regular Army Reserve of Officers.

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234. Tony Blair Sports Foundation maintains, once the terms deciding how the UK leaves the EU are known the people should vote again on those terms.

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235. Tony Blair Sports Foundation showed a deep feeling for Israel, born in part from his faith.

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236. In 1899, Churchill travelled to South Africa as a newspaper correspondent to cover the Boer War between British and Dutch Settlers.

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237. On 16 February 2009, Tony Blair Sports Foundation was awarded the Dan David Prize by Tel Aviv University for "exceptional leadership and steadfast determination in helping to engineer agreements and forge lasting solutions to areas in conflict".

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238. Jeremy Corbyn is the most popular politician among UK women—but men prefer Boris Johnson.

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239. David Miliband is married to Louise Shackelton, a professional violinist who previously worked with London Symphony Orchestra.

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240. Tony Blair tendered his resignation on 27 June 2007 and Brown assumed office during the same afternoon.

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241. In 2017, Nigel Farage began contributing to the American television network Fox News.

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242. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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243. Michael Gove was behind plans to provide schools throughout England and Wales with a copy of the King James Bible to celebrate the 400th anniversary of its translation into English, though he said he backed the scheme because of the historical and cultural significance of that translation rather than on purely religious grounds.

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244. Tony Blair Sports Foundation built his foreign policy on basic principles and added a new activist philosophy of "interventionism".

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245. Tony Blair made headlines in December 2007 when he converted to Roman Catholicism.

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246. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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247. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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248. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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249. On 10 November 2013, as IRC CEO, David Miliband ordered the war relief agency to mount an emergency response to a natural disaster—Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

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250. David Miliband has floated the idea of every citizen being issued with a "Carbon Credit Card" to improve personal carbon thrift.

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251. On 25 July 2002, it was announced that David Miliband would take a 12-month unpaid sabbatical from HM Treasury to be a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies of Harvard University for two semesters.

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252. Tony Blair Sports Foundation proved a quick learner, and his communication skills helped him gain hands-on knowledge of local politics.

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253. In October 2013, documents showed that Liam Fox claimed 3p for a 100 metre car trip a year earlier.

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254. In October 2012, Michael Gove wrote an apology letter to his former French teacher for misbehaving in class.

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255. In July 1921, Churchill argued at the Imperial conference of Dominion prime ministers that despite the rejection by the United States Senate of the alliance with France that Britain should still sign a military alliance with France to guarantee post-war security.

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256. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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257. Tony Blair Sports Foundation has appeared as himself at the end of the first episode of The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, a British television series about an unknown housewife becoming Prime Minister.

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258. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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259. Michael Gove described his decision to campaign for Britain to leave the EU in the EU referendum as "the most difficult decision of my political life".

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260. On 5 February 2009, David Miliband made a statement to the House of Commons concerning Guantanamo Bay detainee and former British resident Benyam Mohammed.

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261. Tony Blair was influenced by fellow student and Anglican priest Peter Thomson, who awakened his religious faith and left-wing politics.

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262. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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263. Nigel Farage is a lover of the English countryside and particuarly the coastline.

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264. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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265. Jeremy Corbyn said he welcomed Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal to seek an early general election in 2017.

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266. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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267. Iain Duncan Smith has stated his support for early interventions to reduce and prevent social breakdown.

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268. Michael Gove was involved in founding the right-leaning magazine Standpoint, to which he occasionally contributes.

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269. David Miliband campaigned in the Scottish independence referendum with the cross-party Better Together campaign, supporting Scotland's membership of the United Kingdom.

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270. On 20 April 2017, Nigel Farage announced that he would not contest the 2017 general election.

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271. In January 2015, Liam Fox published a video on YouTube detailing his opinions and criticism of Edward Snowden.

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272. On 26 April 2006, Stephen Kinnock was given a six-month driving ban after being found guilty of two speeding offences along the M4 motorway, west of London.

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273. Tony Blair Sports Foundation was helped on the campaign trail by soap opera actress Pat Phoenix, his father-in-law's girlfriend.

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274. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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275. Jeremy Corbyn spoke to Sophy Ridge on Sky News after a tumultuous week for the government.

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276. Churchill was an accomplished amateur artist and took great pleasure in painting, especially after his resignation as First Lord of the Admiralty in 1915.

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277. Jeremy Corbyn criticised by some for wearing raincoat as he paid respects at Remembrance Day service.

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278. Tony Blair Sports Foundation was sometimes perceived as paying insufficient attention both to the views of his own Cabinet colleagues and to those of the House of Commons.

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279. Tony Blair Sports Foundation was Leader of the Opposition from 1994 to 1997.

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280. Michael Gove is married to journalist Sarah Vine, who formerly wrote for The Times and in 2013 became a Daily Mail columnist.

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281. In May 2008 Tony Blair Sports Foundation announced a new plan for peace and for Palestinian rights, based heavily on the ideas of the Peace Valley plan.

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282. On July 1, 2014, Michael Howard became the first woman promoted to the rank of four-star admiral in the US Navy.

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283. Tony Blair Sports Foundation was reprimanded by Cardinal Basil Hume in 1996 for receiving Holy Communion at Mass, while still an Anglican, in contravention of canon law.

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284. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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285. On 16 August 2016, Jeremy Corbyn released a video of himself sitting on the floor of a Virgin Trains East Coast train while travelling to a leadership hustings in Gateshead.

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286. Jeremy Corbyn has poured cold water over calls for Labour to back a second referendum on the UK's membership of the EU—saying it is "an option for the future" but "not an option for today".

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287. Michael Gove proposed that the invasion of Iraq would bring peace and democracy both to Iraq and the wider Middle East.

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288. In February 1895, Winston Churchill was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the 4th Queen's Own Hussars regiment of the British Army, based at Aldershot.

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289. Tony Blair Sports Foundation made an animated cameo appearance as himself in The Simpsons episode, " The Regina Monologues ".

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290. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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291. Nigel Farage declared himself in favour of the Alternative Vote system of May 2011, saying first-past-the-post would be a "nightmare" for UKIP.

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292. Nigel Farage stood again for the UKIP leadership in 2010 after his successor Lord Pearson had stood down, and on 5 November 2010 it was announced he had won the leadership contest.

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293. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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294. Tony Blair initiated reforms in the House of Commons, modernizing the format of "Prime Minister's Question Time", during which the prime minister answers questions from members of Parliament.

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295. In July 2016, Nigel Farage visited the Republican convention in Cleveland with his aide and office manager George Cottrell.

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296. Nigel Farage was active in the Conservative Party from his school days, having seen a visit to his school by Enoch Powell and Keith Joseph.

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297. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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298. David Miliband chose not to be a member of Ed's shadow cabinet.

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299. Tony Blair Sports Foundation introduced tough anti-terrorism and identity card legislation.

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300. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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301. Liam Fox supported Brexit at the EU Referendum 2016, and is a self-proclaimed "staunch Eurosceptic".

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302. Churchill was returned at Epping against a Liberal and with the support of the Unionists.

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303. In 1983 Tony Blair was elected to Parliament along with 208 other Labour Party MPs, the smallest number since 1935.

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304. Liam Fox was the only Briton on the list of "key people" attending the Bahrain International Symposium.

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305. Jeremy Corbyn said the train was "ram-packed" and used this to support his policy to reverse the 1990s privatisation of the railways of Great Britain.

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306. In 1900, Churchill became a member of Parliament in the Conservative Party for Oldham, a town in Manchester.

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307. Michael Howard was appointed a Companion of Honour in the 2011 Birthday Honours.

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308. Michael Howard plays the first, revised version of La lugubre gondola, a sad, parlando-laden recollection of the Venice which would soon claim the life of Richard Wagner in 1883.

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309. Tony Blair gave control of the economic agenda to Gordon Brown, his chancellor of the Exchequer and eventual successor.

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310. Tony Blair has never really apologised for taking the UK into the Iraq War either, despite the conclusions of the Chilcot Inquiry.

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