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Peter James LUFF

Peter James LUFF, British Member of Parliament. member, Institut, of Public Relations; member, Tory Reform Group; member. Conservative Group for Europe.


  • LUFF, Peter James was born on February 18, 1955 in Windsor, Berkshire. Parents: Thomas Luff and Joyce Luff (née Mills).

  • Education

    • Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Master of Arts, economics, 1974-1977. Spoken languages: English.


    • Member, Conservative Party, since 1970. Research Assistant, Right Honourable Peter Walker, 1977-1980. Head of Private Office, Right Honourable Edward Heath, 19801982.

      Special Adviser to Lord Young, DTI, 1987-1989. Member of Parliament, Worcester, since 1992. Member, Welsh Affairs Select Committee, since 1992.

      Director, 1982- 1987, Asst, Managing Director, 1990-1992, Good Relations Ltd. Sr. consultant, Lowe Bew Communications, 1989-1990.


    Party affiliation: The Conservative Party


    Church of England.


    Member, Institut, of Public Relations. Member, Tory Reform Group. Member. Conservative Group for Europe.

    Clubs: member, Royal Automobile Club. Member, Severn Valley Railway. Member, Gt. Western Society.

    Member, National Trust. Member, RSPB.



    Theatre, steam railways. Transport, Europe, housing, drug abuse, performance arts, rural issues.


    • Spouse Julia Dorothy Luff (née Jenks), 1982. Children: Rosanna, Oliver.
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    Born February 18, 1955
    (age 62)