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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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The Tories and their snorefest advisers have appointed the most unlikely of candidates to lead the campaign in veteran Conservative peer Michael Heseltine (Gazette, 14.
Lord Michael Heseltine to chair a new inward investment programme for the Tees Valley.
TORY grandee Lord Heseltine sparked anger yesterday after telling sacked steelworkers it's a "good time" to lose their jobs.
CONSERVATIVE former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine could be recruited by Labour to head a PS30bn devolution drive for the English regions, shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has suggested.
Gary Heseltine, editor of UFO Truth Magazine, will be welcoming speakers from the USA, Australia, Denmark, Italy and the UK at Holmrth Civic Hall, on August 16 and 17.
WALES should follow Michael Gove's lead on education, Lord Heseltine said as he insisted poor performance in schools was a 'British problem' not a Welsh one.
MERSEYSIDE champion Lord Heseltine last night told critics of the Government's economic policies: "Stop talking crap.
BIRMINGHAM City University's new multimillion pound Parkside Building was officially unveiled by Lord Michael Heseltine yesterday.
Moving power and budgets out of Whitehall was exactly the idea behind the creation of the Government Offices for the Regions (GORs) in 1994 by the Major administration in which Lord Heseltine served, and also New Labour's establishment of the RDAs in 1999.
A REPORT by former Tory cabinet minister Lord Heseltine aimed at boosting economic growth in the regions came under attack last night from business groups.
Grant, repsonded to criticism from Lord Heseltine, the man he plays in the film about Maragret Thatcher.
I AM pleased to see that Lord Heseltine is still concerned about Liverpool and that the issue of core cities is being discussed in Westminster ("Heseltine: City needs strong mayor to stop threat of riots", August 16).