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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.

Background

  • 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.

    Career

    • 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.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: The Conservative Party

    Religion

    Church of England.

    Membership

    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.

    Personality

    Interests

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

    Connections

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