Edwina Currie, né le 13 octobre 1946 à Liverpool, est une femme politique, productrice et romancière britannique.

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  • Edwina Currie, né le 13 octobre 1946 à Liverpool, est une femme politique, productrice et romancière britannique.
  • Edwina Currie (Liverpool, 13 oktober 1946) is een gewezen Brits politica en romanschrijfster. Ze was minister onder het kabinet van Thatcher en is tegenwoordig een notoire mediafiguur. Ze is vooral bekend om haar affaire met John Major, die pas in 2002 geopenbaard werd, en om een voedselschandaal uit de jaren tachtig.
  • Edwina Jones (born 13 October 1946), born Edwina Cohen and commonly known by her first married name, Edwina Currie, is a former British Member of Parliament. First elected as a Conservative Party MP in 1983, she was a Junior Health Minister for two years, before resigning in 1988 over the controversy over salmonella in eggs. By the time Currie lost her seat as an MP in 1997, she had begun a new career as a novelist and broadcaster. She is the author of six novels and has also written four works of non-fiction. In 2002, publication of Currie's Diaries (1987–92) caused a sensation, as they revealed a four-year affair with John Major between 1984 and 1988.
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  • Edwina Currie, né le 13 octobre 1946 à Liverpool, est une femme politique, productrice et romancière britannique.
  • Edwina Currie (Liverpool, 13 oktober 1946) is een gewezen Brits politica en romanschrijfster. Ze was minister onder het kabinet van Thatcher en is tegenwoordig een notoire mediafiguur. Ze is vooral bekend om haar affaire met John Major, die pas in 2002 geopenbaard werd, en om een voedselschandaal uit de jaren tachtig.
  • Edwina Jones (born 13 October 1946), born Edwina Cohen and commonly known by her first married name, Edwina Currie, is a former British Member of Parliament. First elected as a Conservative Party MP in 1983, she was a Junior Health Minister for two years, before resigning in 1988 over the controversy over salmonella in eggs. By the time Currie lost her seat as an MP in 1997, she had begun a new career as a novelist and broadcaster.
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