Earl Howe

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Frederick Curzon (b. 29 January 1951) was raised to the peerrage as Earl Howe in 1984 , inheriting the title from his cousin. He was educated at Rugby School and Christ Church, Oxford .[1]

He was Conservative Party shadow spokesman for health when he was implicated in a lobbying row involving tobacco firms.[2]

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  3. Obesity Awareness and Solutions Trust (archived page February 2007) Parliamentary Patrons, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2013.
  4. International Longevity Centre Staff, organizational web page, accessed February 13, 2013.

External resources

  • Earl Howe's voting record TheyWorkForYou.com
  • Earl Howe's voting record by percentage The Public Whip
  • Parliamentary profile page [3]
  • Consevative Party profile page [4]
  • Department of Health profile page [5]
  • Profile on Westminster Parliamentary Record [6]

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