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- Alan Clark: Alan Kenneth Mackenzie Clark was a British Conservative Member of Parliament, historian and diarist. He served as a junior minister in Margaret Thatcher's governments at the Departments of Employment, Trade and Defence, and became a privy counsellor in 1991.
- also known as Alan Kenneth Mackenzie Clark
- born on (87 years ago) in London, child of Kenneth Clark and Elizabeth Winifred Clark
- nationality: United Kingdom
- religion: Anglicanism
- profession: Politician, screenwriter
- Marriage with Jane Clark between and (41 years)
- parent of
- died on (16 years ago) of brain tumor
- written works: "Diaries: In Power 1983–1992", "Diaries: Into Politics 1972–1982", "The fall of Crete", "The lion heart", "Diaries: The Last Diaries", "Suicide of the empires", "Mrs. Thatcher's minister", "The Donkeys", "The Tories"
- Alan Clark is an English musician who was the first and main keyboardist for the rock band Dire Straits.
- also known as Dire Straits
- born on (63 years ago) in Great Lumley
- nationality: England
- profession: Musician, keyboard player, actor, voice actor
- member of musical group Dire Straits (Keyboard) between and (15 years)
- genres: Folk rock, Rock and roll, Blues rock
- filmography: played Larry (Voice) in "Talk Radio"
- official website: www.alanclarkmusic.com
- Alan Clark: Alan J. Clark is a South African businessman, who has been the chief executive officer of SABMiller, a FTSE 100 multinational brewing and beverage company, since 22 April 2013, succeeding Graham Mackay.
- Alan Clark: Byron Alan Clark is a businessman from Hot Springs in Garland County, Arkansas, who is a Republican member of the Arkansas State Senate from District 13. He represents Hot Spring County and parts of Garland, Grant, and Saline counties.
- Alan Clark: Alan Charles Clark was the first Roman Catholic Bishop of East Anglia in the Ecclesiastical Province of Westminster, England.
- Alan Clark is an author.
- born in (67 years ago)
- written works: "The comic art of Reg Parlett", "The children's annual", "The best of British comic art"
- Alan Clark is a member of the musical group The Classic Crime.
- member of musical group The Classic Crime (Bass) since
- Alan Clark is the father of American Football player Austin Clark.
- parent of Austin Clark
Alan Clark: The fictional representation of the British Conservative MP Alan Clark.
Alan Clark is a Canadian television executive who served as the head of CBC Sports from 1990 to 1999.
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Alan Clark, Midlands Consortium and De Montfort University. Ann Corsellis JP, Vice-chairman of Council, Chartered Institute of Linguists. Francis Cowe, University of Wales, Newport. Helen Dale, Co-chair, LAGIP.
by Fred Metcalf
Alan Clark, British politician Never keep up with the Joneses. Drag them downtoyour level;it's cheaper. QuentinCrisp,English writerand raconteur Less than perfect financial circumstances are the keenest spur to further endeavour. Joe Davis ...
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Alan Clark,1928–99, British Conservative MP, Diary, 1990 If capitalism depended on the intellectual quality of the Conservative Party, it would end about lunchtime tomorrow. TonyBenn, Labour MP The Conservative Party always in time ...
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