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  Prescott, John
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AffiliationLabour  
<-  2010-01-01  
 
NameJohn Prescott
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Born May 31, 1938 (83 years)
ContributorChase McFadden
Last ModifedNew Jerusalem
Sep 26, 2011 04:02pm
Tags Welsh -
InfoA former merchant seaman (and official with the militant National Union of Seamen), Prescott became one of the most well-known and influential Labour politicians of his generation.

Member of Parliament for Hull East 1970-2010, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party 1995-2007, Deputy Prime Minister 1997-2007, Secretary of State for the Environment, Transport and the Regions 1997-2001, First Secretary of State 2001-2007.


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NEWS
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Apr 21, 2008 09:00am News Former British deputy PM [John Prescott] struggled with bulimia  Article Monsieur 
Aug 20, 2007 09:00pm News Prescott reunion with shipmates  Article New Jerusalem 
Apr 26, 2006 11:00am News Blair deputy admits 2-year affair  Article Monsieur 

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RACES
  09/22/2010 Labour Party Treasurer Election Lost 31.07% (-37.86%)
  07/08/2010 UK House of Lords - Baron Prescott Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  05/05/2005 UK Parliament - Hull East Won 56.58% (+37.75%)
  06/07/2001 UK Parliament - Hull East Won 64.58% (+49.64%)
  06/07/2001 Deputy Prime Minister Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  07/21/1994 UK Labour Party Leader Lost 24.10% (-32.90%)
  07/21/1994 Labour Party - Deputy Leader Won 56.50% (+13.00%)
  10/01/1993 Labour Party Shadow Cabinet Election Won 3.86% (-0.33%)
  07/18/1992 Labour Party - Deputy Leader Lost 28.10% (-29.20%)
  07/01/1992 Labour Party Shadow Cabinet Election Won 3.36% (-0.69%)
  10/02/1988 Labour Party - Deputy Leader Lost 23.70% (-43.10%)
  06/18/1970 UK Parliament - Hull East Won 71.44% (+42.88%)
  03/31/1966 UK Parliament - Southport Lost 29.25% (-21.77%)
ENDORSEMENTS
UK Labour Party - Leadership - Sep 10, 2015 LAB Andy Burnham
UK Alternative Vote Referendum - May 05, 2011 NO No