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Heseltine

1. Michael (Ray Dibden) Baron. born 1933, British Conservative politician; secretary of state for defence (1983--86); secretary of state for the environment (1990--92); secretary of state for trade and industry (1992--95); deputy prime minister (1995--97)
2. Philip Arnold. See (Peter) Warlock
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Heseltine, who helped topple Margaret Thatcher in 1990 but ultimately failed to win the top job, said that Britain could face another election in just two years and that Prime Minister Theresa May would not lead the party into that election.
I don't think I have ever met Theresa May," Lord Heseltine told Sky.
And when does Lord Heseltine expect this amazing turnaround in fortunes to occur?
Lord Heseltine was commissioned by Business Secretary Sajid Javid to hold an inquiry into the future of the Tees Valley economy following the closure of the SSI Redcar steel plant.
Lord Heseltine, 83, told the BBC he would be "very surprised" if the ex-London Mayor became Tory leader.
Lord Heseltine will be in the region on Monday (16 November 2015) with Northern Powerhouse Minister James Wharton.
Lord Heseltine was welcomed to the Growth Hub in Cheylesmore House, Cheylesmore, by Growth Hub managing director Craig Humphrey, CWLEP vicechairman Karl Eddy, board director Paul Kehoe and Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce chief executive Louise Bennett.
British speakers include Mr Heseltine, original Rendlesham Forest incident whistleblower Larry Warren, Alan Foster, Steve Mera and Richard D Hall from Richplanet TV.
Lord Heseltine was appalled by figures that show children from the UK nations are outperformed by international rivals.
At an event at Liverpool's St George's Hall - In Conversation with Michael Heseltine - the man credited with saving the city after the Toxteth riots in 1981 said there were ''more people in work in this country today than any other time in our history".
And Lord Heseltine also received an honorary doctorate during the university's graduation ceremony at Symphony Hall.
In his No Stone Unturned report last year, Lord Heseltine identified as much as PS60 billion of funds that could be given directly to regions through a single pot, rather than spent in Whitehall as they are now.