Heseltine


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Heseltine

(ˈhɛzəlˌtaɪn)
n
1. (Biography) Michael (Ray Dibden) Baron. born 1933, British Conservative politician; secretary of state for defence (1983–86); secretary of state for the environment (1990–92); secretary of state for trade and industry (1992–95); deputy prime minister (1995–97)
2. (Biography) Philip Arnold. the real name of composer Peter Warlock. See Warlock
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FORMER deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine has had the Conservative whip suspended after saying he would vote for the Liberal Democrats in Thursday's European election.
A Conservative spokesman said: "Lord Heseltine has given more than half a century of service to the Conservative Party and his long-standing and sincerely held views on Europe are well understood.
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Brexit could be reversed if economic pain prompts a change in public opinion that brings a new generation of political leaders to power in Britain, former Conservative minister Michael Heseltine said.
LORD Heseltine says "we'll look back and marvel at the success of Redcar's economy" (Gazette, 17.10.16).
TORY grandee Lord Heseltine has accused Boris Johnson of losing the plot and questioned whether he is fit to be future Prime Minister.
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WALES should follow Michael Gove's lead on education, Lord Heseltine said as he insisted poor performance in schools was a 'British problem' not a Welsh one.