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Helen JACKSON

Helen JACKSON, British Member of Parliament. member, Transport and General Workers' Union; member. Socialist Educational Association.

Background

  • JACKSON, Helen was born on May 19, 1939 in Leeds.

  • Education

    • St. Hilda’s College, Oxford University, Master of Arts, modem history. CF Mott College, of Education, Post Graduate Certificate of Education.

    Career

    • Member, Labour Party, since 1963. Cllr., Huyton Urban District Council, 1972-1974. Cllr., Sheffield City Council, 1980- 1991.

      Chairwoman, Sheffield Anti-Ratecapping Campaign, 19841985. Chairwoman, Public Works. Chwm., Economic Development, since 1983.

      Member. Labour Committee on Ireland. Member of Parliament, Sheffield Hillsborough, since 1992. Member, Sel. Committee, on Environment.

      Vice-Chairman, Parliamentary Labour Party Women's Group. Part lime tutor. Workers educational Association. Teacher, special needs.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Labour Party

    Membership

    Member, Transport and General Workers' Union. Member. Socialist Educational Association. Clubs: member. Solidarity campaigns.

    Central and Latin America.

    Personality

    Interests

    Walking, reading, badminton, music. Local government, the Third World, the economy, housing, construction.

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    Born May 19, 1939
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