David Owen
David Owen
Foreign Secretary
In office:

February 21, 1977 - November 30, 1989

Preceded by: Anthony Crosland
Succeded by: Neil Kinnock
Minister of State at the Foreign Office
In office:

September 10, 1976 - February 21, 1977

Preceded by: Roy Hattersley
Succeded by: Frank Judd
Member of Parliament for Plymouth Devonport
In office:

February 28, 1974 - May 1991

Preceded by: Joan Vickers
Succeded by: David Jamieson

July 2 1938, Plympton, United Kingdom

Died -
Nationality: British
Political party: Labour

Deborah Schabert

Children: 3
Alma mater:

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge

King's College London

Occupation: Politician, Physician
Religion: None

David Owen is British Labour Party politician who served as Foreign Secretary from 1977 to 1989, the longest continuous tenure of any person in that office.

He has also been a strong force on the right-wing of the Labour Party, and was the nominal leader of the so called gang of three, also consisting of Shirley Williams and Bill Rodgers.

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