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  1. Michael Heseltine was born in Swansea in Wales, the son of Territorial Army Colonel Rupert Dibdin Heseltine (1902–1957), TD, of the Royal Engineers during the Second World War, a factory owner and South Wales local director of Dawnays Ltd, bridge and structural engineers, and Eileen Ray (née Pridmore).

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    • Annabel, Alexandra, Rupert
    • 1959
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  2. Michael Ray Dibdin Heseltine, Barón Heseltine de Thenford, CH, CP, (Swansea, 21 de marzo de 1933) [1] es un político británico, miembro del Partido Conservador. Fue miembro del Parlamento de 1966 a 2001 y figura prominente de los gobiernos de Lady Margaret Thatcher y Sir John Major .

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    After university he studied accountancy from 1955 to 1957 and set out early on a career that made him a millionaire property developer when he used a legacy to buy ahouse in an unfashionable part of London and rented rooms. He then worked as a magazine publisher with Haymarket Publishing. He had joined the Conservative Party in Swansea at age 17, and after only nine months of his two years of National Service Michael Heseltine took terminal leave in October 1959, as the rules allowed, to contest the parliamentary seat of Gower, a forlorn hope for the Tories. He tried again in marginal Coventry North in October 1964 but by the next general election had been picked for the safe Tory seat of Tavistock, which he won in 1966. Tavistock, which he represented until 1974, then disappeared as a result of boundary changes, and he was selected as Member of Parliament (MP) for Henley, which he represented into the 1990s. A close ally of the left-wing Heathite Conservative Peter Walker, Heseltin...

    In an episode in May 1976 that has haunted his career since, he became infuriated when Labour leftwingers began singing the "Red Flag" in the Commonschamber after a key vote. Heseltine seized the ceremonial mace and swung it around his head, offering the symbol of parliamentary authority in mockery to the Labour benches. Fellow Tories were shocked and he had to apologize the next day. But from then on the nickname "Tarzan, " occasioned also by his abundant blonde mane, stuck with him. About this time, too, Heseltine became a favorite of the Conservative Party conference, delighting party activists with an annual series of tub-thumping theatrical speeches attacking the Labour Party and extending well beyond his front-bench brief. As secretary of state for the environment he was responsible for reducing the departmental workforce and introducing the MINIS (Management Information for Ministers) system, which set specific tasks and responsibilities for civil servants. Always a socially...

    A keen supporter of the developing European Community, (European Union) Heseltine argued through the autumn of 1985 that the crisis in a small British helicopter-making company, Westland, should be solved by European co-operation. Thatcher, with the support of other ministers, chose a rescue deal with the U.S. Sikorsky firm. Heseltine quit the government in consequence, storming out in the middle of a Cabinet meeting in Downing Street in protest against the prime minister's style. Another minister, Leon Brittan, later to become one of Britain's EC commissioners, was forced to resign over the leaking of a critical letter about Heseltine from the solicitor general. The affair produced a major crisis for Thatcher's government, and relations between her and Heseltine were bitter from then on. Instead of accepting obscurity on the backbenches, Heseltine became the highest-profile politician in his party, traveling ceaselessly around the country as a popular speaker at an endless round of...

    More can be found about Heseltine in Heseltine, the Unauthorised Biography by Julian Critchley (London: 1987). His own works include The Challenge of Europe: Can Britain Win(London: 1989). □

  3. Michael Heseltine was born Michael Ray Dibdin Heseltine, on March 21, 1933, in Swansea, Wales, the United Kingdom, to Rupert and Eileen Heseltine. His father owned a factory in Wales, while his mother was a homemaker. Michael happens to be a direct descendant of popular British composer Charles Dibdin.

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