Category:Quintin Hogg

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English: Quintin McGarel Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone, KG, CH, PC, QC (9 October 1907 – 12 October 2001), formerly 2nd Viscount Hailsham (1950–1963), was a British politician who was known for the longevity of his career, the vigour with which he campaigned for the Conservative Party, and the influence wielded by his political writing. He was considered for the leadership of his party (and becoming Prime Minister) in 1963, and served for more than a decade in the high post formerly held by his father, that of Lord Chancellor.
Deutsch: Quintin McGarel Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone KG, CH, PC, QC (* 9. Oktober 1907 in London; † 12. Oktober 2001 in London) war ein britischer Adliger, Rechtsanwalt und Politiker (Conservative Party).


Quintin Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone 
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British judge, politician, life peer and Cabinet minister
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Date of birth 9 October 1907
London
Date of death 12 October 2001
London
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • Christ Church
  • Eton College
Occupation
Member of
  • Royal Society
Member of political party
  • Conservative Party
Position held
  • Lord Chancellor (Frederick Elwyn Jones, Baron Elwyn-Jones, 4 May 1979, Michael Havers, Baron Havers, 13 June 1987)
  • Shadow Home Secretary (Peter Thorneycroft, Baron Thorneycroft, 13 April 1966, James Callaghan, 20 June 1970)
  • Secretary of State for Education (Edward Boyle, Baron Boyle of Handsworth, 1 April 1964, Michael Stewart, Baron Stewart of Fulham, 16 October 1964)
  • Leader of the House of Lords (Alec Douglas-Home, 27 July 1960, Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington, 20 October 1963)
  • Chairman of the Conservative Party (Oliver Poole, 1st Baron Poole, 14 October 1959, Rab Butler, 27 July 1960)
  • Lord President of the Council (Alec Douglas-Home, 27 July 1960, Herbert Bowden, Baron Aylestone, 16 October 1964)
  • Board of Admiralty (James Thomas, 1st Viscount Cilcennin, 19 October 1956, George Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Earl of Selkirk, 14 January 1957)
  • Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom
  • Member of the 45th Parliament of the United Kingdom (St Marylebone, 30 June 1970, 18 June 1970, resignation, United Kingdom general election, 1970)
  • Member of the 44th Parliament of the United Kingdom (St Marylebone, 29 May 1970, 31 March 1966, dissolution of parliament, United Kingdom general election, 1966)
  • Member of the 43rd Parliament of the United Kingdom (St Marylebone, 10 March 1966, 15 October 1964, dissolution of parliament, United Kingdom general election, 1964)
  • Member of the 42nd Parliament of the United Kingdom (St Marylebone, 25 September 1964, 5 December 1963, dissolution of parliament, UK Parliamentary by-election)
  • Member of the 39th Parliament of the United Kingdom (Oxford, 16 August 1950, 23 February 1950, succession to a peerage, United Kingdom general election, 1950)
  • Member of the 38th Parliament of the United Kingdom (Oxford, 3 February 1950, 5 July 1945, dissolution of parliament, United Kingdom general election, 1945)
  • Member of the 37th Parliament of the United Kingdom (Oxford, 15 June 1945, 27 October 1938, dissolution of parliament, UK Parliamentary by-election)
Father
  • Douglas Hogg, 1st Viscount Hailsham
Child
  • Douglas Hogg
  • Mary Hogg
Work location
Authority control
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