Peter Lilley
Peter Lilley
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office:

May 5, 2000 - July 10, 2001

Preceded by: Ken Clarke
Succeded by: Michael Howard
Employment Secretary
In office:

1987 - 1991

Preceded by: Unknown
Succeded by: Unknown
Home Secretary
In office:

1996 - 1999

Preceded by: Tony Blair
Succeded by: Ann Widdecombe

July 7 1941, Gorseinon, Wales

Died -
Nationality: British
Political party: Conservative

Sandra Paul

Children: Nicholas, Larissa
Alma mater:

Peterhouse, Cambirdge

Occupation: Politician
Religion: None

Peter Lilley is a british conservative politician and former cabinet minister.

In the reshuffle following the 2000 general election he was promoted to Chancellor of the Exchequer.

He resigned in July 2001 after he contraversialy voiced his support for legalising cannabis.

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