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Michael Cocks

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Preceded by  Bob Mellish
Political party  Labour
Education  University of Bristol
Prime Minister  James Callaghan
Name  Michael Cocks
Party  Labour Party
Preceded by  Bob Mellish
Role  Politician
Resigned  June 11, 1987
Preceded by  William Wilkins
Died  March 26, 2001

Leader  James Callaghan Michael Foot Neil Kinnock
Full Name  Michael Francis Lovell Cocks
Born  19 August 1929 (1929-08-19)
Succeeded by  Derek Foster, Baron Foster of Bishop Auckland
Books  Labour and the Benn factor

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Michael Francis Lovell Cocks, Baron Cocks of Hartcliffe, PC (19 August 1929 – 26 March 2001) was a moderate Labour Party politician in the United Kingdom.

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Early life

Cocks was educated at Silcoates School, Wakefield and Bristol University and became a teacher.

Political career

Cocks contested Bristol West in 1959 and South Gloucestershire in 1964 and 1966. He was Member of Parliament for Bristol South from 1970 until 1987, after being deselected as a candidate in 1986 and replaced by Dawn Primarolo. During his time in the House of Commons, Cocks served as a Labour whip in government and in opposition, being Chief Whip from 1976-1985.

Cocks was given a life peerage in 1987, becoming Baron Cocks of Hartcliffe and served as vice-chairman of the BBC 1993-98. He also served as Deputy Chairman of the London Docklands Development Corporation.

As Government Chief Whip from 1976 to 1979 he had the task of ensuring Government majorities for a minority government.

Published Work

Labour and the Benn Factor, MacDonald 1989

References

Michael Cocks Wikipedia


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