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Amber Rudd

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Nativitas: 1 Augusti 1963; Londinium
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Officium

Officium: Secretary of State for the Home Department, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, Member of the 57th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 55th Parliament of the United Kingdom
Munus: Politicus, Negotiator
Patronus: J.P. Morgan & Co.

Consociatio

Familia

Coniunx: A. A. Gill

Amber Rudd (nata die 1 Augusti 1963) est politica Anglica factionis conservativae. Secretaria civica fuit primis ministris Davide Cameron et Theresa May.

Londinii nata, apud Collegium Feminarum Cheltenhamense educata, Amber Rudd alumna est universitatis Edinburgensis ubi historiae studuit. Ab anno 2010 legata est apud parlamentum Britannicum pro circulo Hastings and Rye. Secretarius privatus parlamentarius meruit iuxta Georgium Osborne cancellarium. Secretaria civica inferior ab energia a mense Iulio 2014 atque secretaria principalis a die 11 Maii 2015 fuit. Die 14 Iulii 2016, Theresa May nuper ad officium primae ministrae promota, Amber Rudd munus secretariae civicae a rebus internis suscepit.

Annis 1990-1995 uxor fuit diurnarii A. A. Gill cui liberos duos peperit.[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Lynn Barber, "The secret diary of Adrian Gill, aged 45" in The Guardian (19 Martii 2000)

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Consilium ministrorum Britannicum Theresae May 2016–
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Catharina Bradley • Iacobus Brokenshire (2016–2018) • Alun Cairns • Gregorius Clark • David Davis • Natalia Evans • Michael Fallon (2016–2017) • Gulielmus Fox • David Gauke (2017–) • Michael Gove (2017–) • Christophorus Grayling • Damianus Green (2016–2017) • Iustina Greening (2016–2018) • Philippus Hammond • Matthaeus Hancock (2018–) • Damianus Hinds (2018–) • Ieremias Hunt • Sajid Javid • Boris Johnson • Andrea Leadsom (2016–2017) • Brandon Lewis (2018–) • David Lidington • Patricius McLoughlin • Esther McVey (2018–) • Theresa May • Penelope Mordaunt (2017–) • David Mundell • Priti Patel (2016–2017) • Amber Rudd • Elisabetha Truss (2016–2017) • Gavinus Williamson (2017–)
Consilium ministrorum Britannicum Davidis Cameron 2010–2016
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Daniel Alexander (2010–2015) • Vincentius Cable (2010–2015) • Alun Cairns (2016) • David Cameron • Alexander Carmichael (2013–2015) • Gregorius Clark (2015–2016) • Kenethus Clarke (2010–2012) • Nicolaus Clegg (2010–2015) • Stephanus Crabb (2014–2016) • Eduardus Davey (2012–2015) • Ioannes Duncan Smith • Michael Fallon (2014–2016) • Gulielmus Fox (2010–2011) • Cheryl Gillan (2010–2012) • Michael Gove (2010–2014, 2015–2016) • Christophorus Grayling • Iustina Greening (2011–2016) • Gulielmus Hague (2010–2014) • Philippus Hammond • Ionathan Hill (2010–2014) • Christophorus Huhne (2010–2012) • Ieremias Hunt • Sajid Javid (2014–2016) • David Jones (2010–2014) • Andreas Lansley (2010–2012) • David Laws (2010) • Oliverius Letwin (2015–2016) • Patricius McLoughlin (2012–2016) • Theresa May • Maria Miller (2012-2014) • Andreas Mitchell (2010–2012) • Michael Moore (2010–2013) • Nicola Morgan (2014–2016) • David Mundell (2015–2016) • Georgius Osborne • Owen Paterson (2010–2014) • Ericus Pickles • Amber Rudd (2015–2016) • Grant Shapps (2010–2015) • Carolina Spelman (2010–2012) • Tina Stowell (2015–2016) • Thomas Strathclyde (2010–2013) • Elisabetha Truss (2014–2016) • Theresia Villiers (2012–2016) • Sayeeda Warsi (2010–2012) • Ioannes Whittingdale (2015–2016)