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  Alan Duncan
Rutland & Melton
Conservative Spokesman on Trade & Industry

Elected in 2001? 
Education
Beechwood Park School, St Albans
Merchant Taylors' School, Northwood
St John's College, Oxford (BA philosophy, politics and economics 1979) (President, Oxford Union 1979)
Harvard University (Kennedy Scholar)

Non-political career
Graduate trainee, Shell International Petroleum 1979-81
Oil trader and adviser to governments and companies on oil supply, shipping and refining 1989-

Electoral history
Contested Barnsley West and Penistone 1987 general election. Member for Rutland and Melton since April 9, 1992.

Political career
PPS to Dr Brian Mawhinney: as Minister of State, Department of Health 1993-94
as Chairman, Conservative Party 1995-97
Parliament Political Secretary to William Hague as Leader of the Conservative Party 1997-98. Spokesman: Opposition Front Bench Spokesman for: Health 1998-99
Trade and Industry 1999-.

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