5 Facts About Margaret Beckett

1. On 26 November 2010, Margaret Beckett was announced as the President of the NOtoAV campaign, which campaigned to retain the First Past the Post electoral system at the 2011 United Kingdom Alternative Vote referendum.

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2. On 10 June 2009, Margaret Beckett announced that she wished to replace Michael Martin as Speaker of the House of Commons.

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3. At the February 1974 general election, Margaret Beckett lost to Taverne by 1,297 votes.

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4. In 1970 Margaret Beckett went to work for the Labour Party as a researcher in industrial policy.

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5. In 1961, Margaret Beckett joined Associated Electrical Industries as a student apprentice in metallurgy.

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