Lord William Hague | The Entertainment Consultancy

Lord Hague, at 27 years old, was the youngest Conservative Member of Parliament. He was re-elected a further five times to Parliament, on the last three occasions with the largest margin for any Conservative in the country. Prime Minister John Major appointed him Secretary of State for Wales, at 34, Britain’s youngest cabinet minister since Harold Wilson in 1947. Lord Hague became leader of the Conservative Party after the 1997 General Election, making him, at 36, the youngest leader of a major political party in the United Kingdom in 200 years.

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