Lord Kenneth Clarke
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer & Secretary of State for Justice
Kenneth Clarke held the posts of Secretary of State for Health, Education & Science and Home Office before becoming Chancellor of the Exchequer in May 1993. In May 2010 Clarke was appointed as Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor in the coalition government, a position he held until September 2012.
"He is the kind of politician who will cross a road in order to get into a fight". Douglas HurdAdd to my shortlist
During his time as a backbencher and Shadow Minister, Kenneth broadened his business interests, taking on a number of non-executive directorships with companies including British American Tobacco, Alliance Unichem and Independent News and media (UK). Educated at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Kenneth was called to the bar by Gray's Inn in 1963, and became a QC in 1980. He first became active in politics at Cambridge where he was President of the Union. Life in the House of Commons began on his election as MP for Rushcliffe in the 1970 general election.
WHAT he OFFERS YOU
Kenneth Clarke's vast experience on matters relating to British, European and global politics or the economy make him a popular choice as a keynote speaker at a variety of high level meetings or conferences.
There aren't any reviews for this speaker, be the first to leave a review.Leave a review