Angela Eagle
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Description

Angela was appointed Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury in July 2007.

Prior to this Angela Eagle has been Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Office (2001-02); the Department of Social Security (1998-01); the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (Minister for Green Issues and Regeneration) (1997-98); and was an Opposition Whip (1996-97).

She has been on a number of Commons Select Committees, including the Members Interests Employment Select Committee, the Public Accounts Committee (twice); and Treasury Select Committee, and the Treasury Sub-Committee 2002-2007. Angela has been Vice-chair of the All-Party Equalities Group and in 2005 was elected Vice Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party. She is also a member of Labour's Ruling National Executive Committee (NEC).

She was elected as the first ever Labour MP for Wallasey in 1992, after holding a number of posts within the Labour Party. Angela was educated at Formby High School, and then gained a BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics and St John's College Oxford. She worked for CoHSE (now UNISON) as a Researcher, the Press Officer, and then Parliamentary Liaison Officer, before being elected to Parliament.

Angela's political interests include Economic Policy, the NHS, and the politics of sport.


Lectures:

interview
flag Interview with the UK Minister of Finance
as interviewee at  Conference on Climate Change: An Opportunity for Growth, Brdo pri Kranju 2007,
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  press conference
flag Press Conference
as author at  Conference on Climate Change: An Opportunity for Growth, Brdo pri Kranju 2007,
together with: Janez Podobnik (moderator), Malcolm Wicks, Joan Ruddock,
2897 views
lecture
flag UK Minister of Finance - Why Climate Change has to be a priority for the Treasury Department
as author at  Conference on Climate Change: An Opportunity for Growth, Brdo pri Kranju 2007,
4819 views