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Kenneth Clarke (Kenneth Harry Clarke)

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Biography

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
Kenneth Clarke was born in Nottingham in July, 1940. His father was a colliery electrician. Having decided that he wanted to be a politician from the age of seven, he passed through Nottingham High School, and read Law at Cambridge University. He was President of the Union at Cambridge, and became active in Conservative politics - being defeated for the seat of Mansfield in 1964 and 1966. Winning Nottingham Rushcliffe in 1970, he rose through the party ranks during the reigns of Edward Heath, Margaret Thatcher and John Major. Read more...

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Character: Himself - Conservative

Election Night 2005

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The Deal 2003

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This Week 2003

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Character: Himself - Education Whip 1972-1974

Maggie: The First Lady 2003

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The Project 2002

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Character: Himself - Chancellor of the Exchequer

Election 97 1997

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Character: Himself - Education Secretary

Election 92 1992

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Character: Himself - Shadow Business Secretary

Election 2010 2010

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Character: Himself - Conservative

Vote 2001 2001

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Dennis Pennis R.I.P. 1997

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Character: Himself - Jazz Radio Broadcaster

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