John Howell (politician)

John Howell (politician)

Infobox MP
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constituency_MP = Henley
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term_start = 27 June 2008
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majority = 10,116 (29.1%)
predecessor = Boris Johnson
successor = incumbent
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nationality = British
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John Michael Howell OBE is a British politician and the Conservative Member of Parliament for Henley, having won the seat with an increased share of the vote in a by-election.

Howell was a partner in Ernst & Young responsible for opening Eastern Europe after the fall of communism. He has also been a presenter for BBC World and a councillor for Warborough. In 2000, he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

External links

* [ - John Howell MP]
* [ John Howell on the Conservative Party website]
* [ Henley Conservatives]

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