Robert Victor Jackson
Data Last Updated: 2 August 2023
Application Last Amended: 6 September 2022
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|Under Secretary of State for Education and Science||1987||1990|
|Under Secretary of State for Employment||1990||11 April 1992|
|Parliamentary Secretary, Office of Public Service and Science||14 April 1992||27 May 1993|
|10 October 1974||Manchester Central||Conservative & Unionist Party||4,142||19.47|
|7 June 1979||Upper Thames||Conservative & Unionist Party||103,488||59.38|
|9 June 1983||Wantage||Conservative & Unionist Party||25,992||52.88|
|11 June 1987||Wantage||Conservative & Unionist Party||27,951||53.96|
|9 April 1992||Wantage||Conservative & Unionist Party||30,575||54.12|
|1 May 1997||Wantage||Conservative & Unionist Party||22,311||39.80|
|7 June 2001||Wantage||Conservative & Unionist Party||19,475||39.64|
|15 January 2005|
Robert Jackson resigns the Conservative whip and joins the Labour Party.