John HUTTON, British Member of Parliament. member, Transport and General Workers' Union; member, NATFHE; member, Society of Labour Lawyers; member, the Legal Action Group.
Hutton, John Matthew Patrick was born on May 6, 1955.
Bachelor, Magdalen College, Oxford, England.
Senior law lecturer University Northumbria, England. Member of Parliament from Barrow and Furness United Kingdom, since 1992, member Select Committee for Home Affairs, 1994—1997, parliamentary private secretary to Margaret Beckett, president Board Trade and secretary of state for trade and industry, 1997—1998, parliamentary private secretary to Margaret Beckett, president Council and Leader of House of Commons, 1998, parliamentary under-secretary of state for health and social care, 1998, minister of state for health, 1999—2005, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 2005, secretary of state for work and pensions, 2005—2007, secretary of state for business, enterprise and regulatory reform, 2007—2008, secretary of state for defense, 2008—2009.
Member, Transport and General Workers' Union. Member, NATFHE; member, Society of Labour Lawyers. Member, the Legal Action Group.