William Hague

British politician William Hague is perhaps best known for his skill in parliamentary debate, particularly in some 200 exchanges with Tony Blair.

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UK Network Channel 4 viewers voted him ‘Politician of the Year’ in 2001 and he was The Spectator’s ‘Parliamentarian of the Year’ in 1998. He has appeared regularly on C-Span coverage of the House of Commons.

Hague was born and raised in Yorkshire and still resides there, serving as the Member of Parliament for Richmond. He took a First Class degree at Oxford and a distinction in his MBA at INSEAD Business School in France. He was a consultant at McKinsey & Co for five years before entering Parliament.

William is now an adviser to UK businesses and author of the highly lauded biography, William Pitt the Younger. Politically, he remains active in Parliament and is a regular contributor to TV programs and newspaper columns. He is a senior figure in the global network of Centre Right parties, the International Democrat Union and chaired last year’s summit of forty political parties in Washington DC.

William is 43 years old and has been married to Ffion since 1997. He practices judo regularly, plays the piano and is keen on hill walking and cross-country skiing.


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