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Section 28 - In Retrospect
2005 election, Michael Howard, then leader of the Conservative Party, commented was brought in to deal with what was seen to be a specific problem at the time ... In February, 2006, Conservative Party Chairman Francis Maude told Pinknews.co.uk that the policy, which he had voted for, was wrong and a mistake ... In 2000, David Cameron (at that time an unelected Conservative party member) repeatedly attacked the Labour government's plans to abolish Section 28, publicly criticising then-Prime Minister Tony Blair as being "anti-fam ...
List Of Presidents Of The Argentine Chamber Of Deputies
... Name Entered office Left office Party José Graña October 17, 1854 May 10, 1856 Unitarian Party Baltazar Sánchez May 10, 1856 May 9, 1857 Unitarian ...
Conservative Party - Other Places
... Conservative Party of New Zealand (2011) New Zealand Conservative Party (defunct). ...
Simon Wolfson - Conservative Party
... He is a prominent supporter of the Conservative Party, having donated to David Cameron's campaign in the 2005 leadership election and co-chaired the party's Economic Competitiveness policy review ... Daily Telegraph as the 37th-most important British conservative in 2007 ...
List Of Political Parties In The United Kingdom By Representation - British House of Commons
... Party Founded First represented Last represented Dissolved Maximum representation MPs Notes All-for-Ireland League 8 ... (1910) Alliance Party of Northern ... Independent Labour Party 1975 ... Affiliated with the Labour Party from 1900 until 1931 Independent Parliamentary Group 1921 ... Irish Confederate Party 1847 1847 ...

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