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Richard Partick TRACEY

member of parliament

Richard Partick TRACEY, British Member of Parliament. Freeman, City of London, 1984.

Background

TRACEY, Richard Partick was born on February 8, 1943.

Education

King Edward VI School, Stratford-upon-Avon. Birmingham University, Bachelor of Laws.

Career

Parly, candidate. 1974. Various Cons, offices, 1974-1981. Deputy Chairman, Greater London Conservative, 1981-1983.

Member of Parliament, since 1983. Joint Secretary, Conservative Parliamentary Greater London Member of Parliament’s Committee, 1983-1984. Secretary, Conservative Parliamentary Media Committee, 1983-1984.

Parliamentary Private Secretary to Minister of State for Trade and Industry, 1984-1985. Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Environment, 1985-1987. Member. Select Committee on Televising House of Commons.

Leader writer, Daily Express, 1964-1966. Presenter/reporter, British Broadcasting Corporation Television and Radio, 1966-1978. Justice of the Peace, since 1977.

Public Affairs Consultant. 1978-1983.

Works

  • Co-author, The World of Motor Sport. 1971. Co-author.

    Hickstead - The First Twelve Years, 1972. Various articles and pamphlets.

Membership

Clubs: ISIS Association. Wig and Pen Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Riding, boating.

Connections

Spouse Katharine Gardner, 1974. Children: one son, three d.