Rab Butler
Rab Butler
Foreign Secretary
In office:

January 6, 1958 - October 9, 1959

Preceded by: Selwyn Lloyd
Succeded by: Aneurin Bevan
Home Secretary
In office:

December 20, 1955 - January 6, 1958

Preceded by: David Maxwell - Fyfe
Succeded by: Unknown
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office:

May  27, 1955 - December 20, 1955

Preceded by: Hugh Gaitskell
Succeded by: Harold Macmillan

December 9 1902, Attock Serai, British India

Died March 8 1982, Great Yeldham, Essex
Nationality: British
Political party: Conservative

Sydney Elizabeth Courtauld

Children: 4
Alma mater:

Pembroke College, Cambridge

Occupation: Politician
Religion: Anglican

Rab Butler was a british conservative politician who held several cabinet posts, including Chancellor of the Exchequer (1955), Home secretary (1955 - 1958) and Foreign Secretary (1958 - 1959).

He is one of only a handful of politicians (the others being Roy Jenkins, James Callaghan and Michael Howard) to hold three or more of the great offices if state.

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