Who is William Hague

Parliamentary offices
Member of the House of Lords
Lord TemporalIncumbentAssumed office
9 October 2015
Life peerageMember of Parliament
for Richmond (Yorks)In office
23 February 1989 – 30 March 2015Preceded byLeon BrittanSucceeded byRishi Sunak

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  • Steven_swinford: exclusive: both dom raab and liz truss have staked a claim to chevening, a 115-room grace & favour residence in kent chevening traditionally goes to foreign secretary, but nick clegg shared it with william hague when he was dpm boris johnson will have to decide who gets it
  • Angry_voice: the hack pack's beloved tories are in power now, so they're vehemently opposed to any kind of disruption. back in 2000 labour were in their first term, so corporate hacks optimistically hoped the fuel protests would springboard the tories' hapless william hague into power.
  • Thomaswetherill: in hindsight it is quite incredible that cameron only changed his big 4 once during his 6 years and that was when william hague stood down voluntarily.
  • Whittallclive: james callaghan anthony crosland david owen lord carrington francis pym sir geoffrey howe john major douglas hurd malcolm rifkind robin cook jack straw margaret beckett david milliband william hague philip hammond boris johnson jeremy hunt dominic raab and, er liz truss.
  • Baldheadteacher: really good piece by william hague on this theme today. need more of this.
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The Garden Scatters Burnt-Up Beetles...
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The garden scatters burnt-up beetles
Like brazen ash, from braziers burst.
I witness, by my lighted candle,
A newly blossomed universe.

And like a not yet known religion
I enter this unheard of night,
In which the shabbily-grey poplar

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