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The Rt Hon. Sir Malcolm Rifkind PC QC

Member of Parliament for Kensington and Chelsea

Sir Malcolm Rifkind was adopted in 2004 as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for Kensington and Chelsea and has since been active with local residents and voluntary organisations on a range of issues throughout the constituency. He was re-elected as a Member of Parliament in May 2005 and was the Shadow Secretary of State for Work & Pensions and Welfare Reform until 2005 when he chose to return to the backbenches.

"Malcolm is one of the UK's most respected political commentators"

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In detail

Having lived in Zimbabwe, Malcolm returned to Britain and practised as an Advocate until 1979. Between 1997 and 2004 Malcolm remained active in the political world on radio and TV and in the Press. He became a member of the Cabinet in 1986 as Secretary of State for Scotland. In 1990, he became Minister of Transport, in 1992 Secretary of State for Defence. From 1995-97 he was Foreign Secretary. He was one of only four ministers to serve throughout the whole Prime Ministerships of both Margaret Thatcher and John Major. In 1997 he was knighted in recognition of his public service.

What he offers you

A bold and highly respected speaker, Malcolm doesn't pull his punches. He has unequalled political judgement and personal qualities of charm, decency and humour. His extensive experiences of world economic and political affairs make him a must as a keynote speaker at top-level meetings or conferences.

How he presents

With a perfect balance of humour and astute political insights Malcolm delivers his candid presentations with charisma, guile and character.


Sir Malcolm Rifkin presents in English.

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  • Current Affairs
  • British Politics
  • The Eradication of Residual Poverty
  • An End to Racial Discrimination
  • A United Kingdom

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