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  Raynsford, Nick
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NameNick Raynsford
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Born January 28, 1945 (75 years)
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Married 1968, Anne
3 daughters.

Education
Repton School
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (BA history 1966, MA)Chelsea School of Art (diploma in art and design 1972).

Non-political career
Director, SHAC, the London Housing Aid Centre 1976-86.

Electoral history
Member for Fulham 1986 by-election -1987. Member for Greenwich 1992-97, and for Greenwich and Woolwich since May 1, 1997


Political career
Former PPS to Roy Hattersley
Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions 1997-: Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State 1997-99
Minister of State (Minister for Housing and Planning) 1999-. Spokesman: Opposition Spokesman on: Transport and London 1993-94
Housing, Construction and London 1994-97.


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FAMILY
Wife Alison Seabeck 00, 2012-
Father In-Law Michael J. Ward 1931-2009

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RACES
  06/09/2010 UK House of Commons - Communities and Local Government Select Committee Lost 49.73% (-0.54%)
  05/06/2010 UK Parliament - Greenwich & Woolwich Won 49.19% (+24.65%)
  05/05/2005 UK Parliament - Greenwich & Woolwich Won 49.21% (+28.49%)
  06/07/2001 UK Parliament - Greenwich & Woolwich Won 60.52% (+41.29%)
  05/01/1997 UK Parliament - Greenwich & Woolwich Won 63.44% (+44.87%)
  04/09/1992 UK Parliament - Greenwich Won 41.02% (+3.80%)
  06/11/1987 UK Parliament - Fulham Lost 36.73% (-15.05%)
  04/10/1986 UK Parliament - Fulham - By-election Won 44.36% (+9.45%)
ENDORSEMENTS
UK Labour Party - Leadership - Sep 22, 2010 LAB David Miliband