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Cecil Parkinson

(Edward) Cecil Parkinson, Baron Parkinson, PC (born 1 September 1931 in Carnforth, Lancashire), is a British Conservative politician and former Cabinet Minister.

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Cecil Parkinson - In The Media
... Parkinson was interviewed about the rise of Thatcherism for the 2006 BBC TV documentary series Tory! Tory! Tory! ... Parkinson is a supporter of Preston North End football club, and in November 1988 paid a tribute to Tom Finney on This Is Your Life ...
Conservative Government 1979-1983 - List of Ministers
... Baroness Young 14 September 1981 also Leader of the House of Lords Cecil Parkinson 6 April 1982 Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Humphrey Atkins 5 May 1979 James Prior 14 ... Maude 5 May 1979 Francis Pym 5 January 1981 Cecil Parkinson 14 September 1981 Secretary of State for Scotland Hon ... Consumer Affairs Sally Oppenheim-Barnes 5 May 1979 Gerald Vaughan 5 March 1982 Minister for Trade Cecil Parkinson 7 May 1979 Peter Rees 14 September 1981 Under-Secretary of ...
Conservative Government 1979–1990 - Ministers - The List in Full
... David Howell 5 May 1979 Nigel Lawson 14 September 1981 Peter Walker 11 June 1983 Cecil Parkinson 13 June 1987 John Wakeham 24 July 1989 Minister of ... St John-Stevas 5 May 1979 Francis Pym 5 January 1981 The Baroness Young 14 September 1981 Cecil Parkinson 6 April 1982 The Lord Cockfield 11 June 1983 The Earl of. 13 June 1983 under Office of Trade and Industry Minister for Trade Cecil Parkinson 7 May 1979 Peter Rees 14 September 1981 Paul Channon 13 June 1983 under Office of Trade and Industry Alan Clark 24 January 1986 ...

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    It is better to be a has-been than a never-was.
    Cecil Parkinson (b. 1932)

    The Law of Triviality ... briefly stated, it means that the time spent on any item of the agenda will be in inverse proportion to the sum involved.
    —C. Northcote Parkinson (1909–1993)