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William Hague

Data de nascimento: 26. Março 1961

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William Jefferson Hague FRSL, MP é um político britânico, filiado ao Partido Conservador, do qual foi líder de 1997 a 2001. De 1989 a 2001, Hague foi membro do Parlamento britânico, representando North Yorkshire e, posteriormente, como líder da oposição do Governo Blair. Em 2010, Hague foi designado Primeiro Secretário de Estado e Ministro das Relações Exteriores do Gabinete de Cameron.

Foi educado em Wath-upon-Dearne, em uma escola primária do estado, em seguida, da Universidade de Oxford e no Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires . Hague foi eleito pela primeira vez para a Câmara dos Comuns, em 1989. Ele subiu na hierarquia do governo de John Major e entrou no gabinete em 1995, como Secretário de Estado do País de Gales.

Após a derrota dos conservadores nas eleições gerais de 1997, ele foi eleito como líder do Partido Conservador. Ele renunciou ao cargo de líder do partido após a eleição geral de 2001, após uma derrota esmagadora ao Partido Trabalhista. Com exceção técnica de Robert Carr, mais tarde Lord Carr, que serviu por uma semana como líder atuando em 1975, Haia foi a primeira pessoa não ter se tornado o primeiro-ministro, enquanto líder dos conservadores desde que o papel de líder surgiu no início da década de 1920.

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„I can tell them that when he goes off to a major political conference of a centre-right party and simultaneously refers to himself as a socialist, he is on manoeuvres“

— William Hague
Context: To see how the post of a permanent President of the European Council could evolve is not difficult even for the humblest student of politics, and it is, of course, rumoured that one Tony Blair may be interested in the job. Now, if that makes us uncomfortable on these benches, just imagine how it is viewed in Downing Street! I must warn Ministers opposite that having tangled with Tony Blair across this Dispatch Box on literally hundreds of occasions, I know his mind almost as well as they do. I can tell them that when he goes off to a major political conference of a centre-right party and simultaneously refers to himself as a socialist, he is on manoeuvres, and is busily building coalitions as only he can. We can all picture the scene at a European Council sometime next year. Picture the face of our poor Prime Minister as the name of "Blair" is nominated by one President and Prime Minister after another: the look of utter gloom on his face at the nauseating, glutinous praise oozing from every Head of Government, the rapid revelation of a majority view, agreed behind closed doors when he, as usual, was excluded. Never would he regret more no longer being in possession of a veto: the famous dropped jaw almost hitting the table, as he realises there is no option but to join in. And then the awful moment when the motorcade of the President of Europe sweeps into Downing Street. With gritted teeth and bitten nails: the Prime Minister emerging from his door with a smile of intolerable anguish; the choking sensation as the words, "Mr President", are forced from his mouth. And then, once in the Cabinet room, the melodrama of, "When will you hand over to me?" all over again. Hansard http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200708/cmhansrd/cm080121/debtext/80121-0012.htm, 21 Jan 2008, House of Commons: Column 1261-1263.

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„To make matters worse, they have elected a foetus as the party leader. I bet a lot of them wish they had not voted against abortion now!“

— William Hague
Tony Banks, speaking at the Tribune Rally at the Labour Party conference in 1997. See "Beyond a joke: the ones that went too far" http://politics.guardian.co.uk/redbox/story/0,9029,1157599,00.html, Guardian Unlimited, 27 February 2004.

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„For the first time in history at Question Time, all three parties are represented by a stand-in for the real leader.“

— William Hague
15 February 2006, House of Commons, Prime Minister's Questions when he deputised for David Cameron in his absence. However, Tony Blair was answering questions and was the active leader of the Labour party. Hague was suggesting that Gordon Brown was the "true" power behind the party.

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