Gary Streeter

Gary Streeter

Infobox MP
honorific-prefix =
name = Gary Streeter
honorific-suffix = MP

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constituency_MP = South West Devon
parliament =
term_start = 1 May 1997
term_end =
majority = 10,141 (20.7%)
predecessor = "new constituency"
successor =
constituency_MP2 = Plymouth Sutton
parliament2 =
term_start2 = 9 April 1992
term_end2 = 1 May 1997
majority2 =
predecessor2 = Alan Clark
successor2 = Linda Gilroy
birth_date = Birth date and age|1955|10|2|df=yes
birth_place = Gosport
death_date =
death_place =
nationality = British
spouse = Janet Stevens
party = Conservative
relations =
children =
residence =
alma_mater = King's College London
occupation =
profession =
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website =
footnotes =

Gary Nicholas Streeter (born 2 October 1955, Gosport) is a politician in the United Kingdom. Since 1997 he has been Conservative Party Member of Parliament for South West Devon, having previously been the Member of Parliament for Plymouth Sutton between 1992 and 1997.

Early life

He went to [ Tiverton Grammar School] on "Barrington Street" in Tiverton, then King's College London, where he gained a first class honours degree in Law. From 1984-98, he was a solicitor for Partner, Foot and Bowden (now called [ Foot Ansteys] ) in Plymouth, where he specialised in company and employment law. He was a councillor on Plymouth City Council from 1986-92.

Parliamentary career

He served as a junior minister under John Major.

Personal life

He married Janet Stevens in 1978 in Barnstaple. They have a son and daughter.

External links

* [ Gary Streeter MP] official site
* [,9290,-5040,00.html Guardian Unlimited Politics - Ask Aristotle: Gary Streeter MP]
* [ - Gary Streeter MP]
* [ BBC Politics page]

News items

* [ Development spokesman in 2001]

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