Michael Fallon

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Nativitas: 14 Maii 1952; Perth
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Officium

Officium: Secretary of State for Defence, Minister for Portsmouth, 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, Member of the 54th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 53rd Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 52nd Parliament of the United Kingdom, Minister of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, Member of the 50th Parliament of the United Kingdom, Member of the 49th Parliament of the United Kingdom
Munus: politicus

Consociatio

Michael Fallon (natus in urbe Perth Scotiae die 14 Maii 1952), alumnus Universitatis Sancti Andreae apud Scotos, est politicus Britanniae. Legatus est ad Parlamentum Britannicum annis 1983-1992 et ab anno 1997. A die 15 Iulii 2014 secretarius civicus a munitione meruit, primis ministris Davide Cameron et Theresa May, usque ad 1 Novembris 2017, quo die, iniuriarum mulieribus inlatarum accusatus, demissionem subito petivit.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Michael Fallon (ad dextram partem) cum aviatore militari Britannico in Afgania anno 2014 pictus

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Consilium ministrorum Britannicum Theresae May 2016–2019
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Catharina Bradley • Iacobus Brokenshire • Alun Cairns • Gregorius Clark • David Davis (2016–2018) • Natalia Evans • Michael Fallon (2016–2017) • Gulielmus Fox • David Gauke (2017–2019) • Michael Gove (2017–2019) • Christophorus Grayling • Damianus Green (2016–2017) • Iustina Greening (2016–2018) • Philippus Hammond • Matthaeus Hancock (2018–2019) • Damianus Hinds (2018–2019) • Ieremias Hunt • Sajid Javid • Boris Johnson (2016–2018) • Andrea Leadsom (2016–2017) • Brandon Lewis (2018–2019) • David Lidington • Patricius McLoughlin (2016–2018) • Esther McVey (2018–2019) • Theresa May • Penelope Mordaunt (2017–2019) • David Mundell • Priti Patel (2016–2017) • Dominicus Raab (2018–2019) • Amber Rudd (2016–2018) • Elisabetha Truss (2016–2017) • Gavinus Williamson (2017–2019) • Ieremias Wright (2018–2019)
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)