Whitehead, Phillip

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Whitehead was chair of the Consumers' Association and a Labour MP from 1970 to 1983. He is currently [1997] the MEP for Staffordshire East and Derby.

He was adopted.


Who's Who, 1997
"Phillip Whitehead, MEP, Staffordshire East and Derby." [Includes portrait]. Available at: http://www.eplp.org.uk/pwhiteh.htm


Uk/great Britain
20th Century
21st Century
Civil Rights, Advocacy
Government, Politics, Civil Service, Public Administration
Theater, Broadcasting, Cinema
Formal, American/European-Type Adoption
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