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Currie, Edwina

Born: 1946 AD
Currently alive, at 75 years of age.
Nationality: British
Categories: Authors, Politician, Radio Host

1946 – Born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England on the 13th of October.

1975 – She served as a Birmingham City Councillor for Northfield.

1983 – She stood for parliament as a member of the Conservative Party, and was elected as the member for South Derbyshire.

1986 – She became a Junior Health Minister.

1988 – She issued a warning about salmonella in British eggs.

1991 – She was the first Conservative MP to appear on the BBC topical panel show Have I Got News For You.

1992 – She declined a request from prime minister John Major to take up the position of Minister of State in the Home Office.

1994 – In February, she tabled an amendment to the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill to equalise the age of consent for heterosexual and homosexual sex at 16.

         – A Parliamentary Affair.

1996 – A Woman’s Place.

1997 – Currie lost her parliamentary seat in the General Election.

         – She’s Leaving Home.

1999 – The Ambassador.

2000 – Chasing Men.

2001 – This Honourable House.

2003 – She hosted a late-evening talk show on BBC Radio Five Live, Late Night Currie.

2004 – She won Celebrity Mastermind on the 23rd of June, specialising in "The Life of Marie Curie".

2006 – She has also appeared in the reality cooking show Hell’s Kitchen with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, and Celebrity Stars in Their Eyes.