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  1. John Roy Major (Surrey; 29 de marzo de 1943) es un político británico y líder del Partido Conservador y primer ministro del Reino Unido del 28 de noviembre de 1990 al 2 de mayo de 1997.

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    Sir John Major KG CH (born 29 March 1943) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1990 to 1997. He served in the Thatcher government from 1987 to 1990 as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Foreign Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer, and was Member of Parliament ...

  3. John Major, in full Sir John Major, (born March 29, 1943, London, England), British politician and public official who was prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1990 to 1997. The son of a former circus performer and vaudeville manager, Major left school at age 16 to help support his family.

  4. John Major. (John Roy Major; Merton, 1943) Político británico del Partido Conservador, primer ministro entre 1990 y 1997. Respaldado por Margaret Thatcher, ascendió rápidamente en la cúpula del partido, y en 1990 sustituyó a Thatcher como primer ministro y líder de los conservadores. Continuó la política de privatizaciones de su predecesora, abrió ...

  5. John Major. John Majornació el 29 de marzo de 1943 en Londres. Padres. Hijo de Gwen Coates y Tom Major-Ball, un trapecistaque tenía sesenta y tres años cuando nació John. Se crio en Brixton, el barrio más pobre de Londres, en una casa de dos cuartos y sin posibilidades de ir a un colegio privado.

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    Major was born at St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children in St Helier, London, in England and left school at the age of 16. He became a Conservative councillor in 1968. At the 1979 general election, Major was elected Member of Parliament (MP) for Huntingdonshire (Huntingdonafter 1983).

    After holding several cabinet positions, Major was elected to replace Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister and party leader. On taking office, he saw British action in the Gulf War (1991) and his party's narrow re-election in the 1992 general election. After this, the Conservatives under Major became unpopular because of the "Black Wednesday" stock market crash in late 1992 and how they became divided over the issue of European Union. Beaten at the 1997 general election, Major stood down as Prime Minister for Tony Blair of the Labour Party, and was replaced as Conservative leader by William Hague. He stood down as an MP at the 2001 general election.

    Major married Norma Johnson (now (Dame) Norma Major DBE) on 3 October 1970. She was a teacher, and a member of the Young Conservatives. They became engaged after only ten days. They have two children; a son, James, and a daughter, Elizabeth. They have a holiday home on the coast of north Norfolk, near Weybourne. He is a keen follower of cricket, motor racing, and also a supporter of Chelsea Football Club. Major has so far declined a life peerage on standing down from Parliament.

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  6. t. e. The premiership of John Major began on 28 November 1990 when Major accepted the Queen 's invitation to form a new administration, succeeding Margaret Thatcher as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and ended on 2 May 1997.

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