Lord Lawson of Blaby

Lord Lawson of Blaby is a Conservative Life peer who has sat under this title in the Lords since 6 July 1992. His full title is The Rt Hon. the Lord Lawson of Blaby, and his given name is Nigel Lawson. Prior to joining the Lords, he sat in the Commons as an MP, and was first elected in 1974.

Experience

Find out about the experience of Lord Lawson of Blaby outside of Parliament.

Non political

“Memoirs of a Tory Radical”
Author
2010 -
Global Warming Policy Foundation
Founding Chairman
2009 -
“An Appeal to Reason: a cool look at global warming"
Author
2008 -
Oxford Investment Partners (OXIP)
Chairman
2006 - 2013
“The Nigel Lawson Diet Book”
Author
1996 -
British Institute of Energy Economics
President
1995 - 2003
“The View from No. 11”
Author
1992 -
Central Europe Trust Company Ltd
Chairman
1990 - 2012
Barclays Bank
Director
1990 - 1998
“The Power Game”
Author
1976 -
Nuffield College, Oxford
Fellow
1972 - 1973
The Times
Contributor
1971 - 1972
The Sunday Times and The Evening Standard
Contributor
1970 - 1971
The Spectator
Editor
1966 - 1970
BBC
Broadcaster
1965
The Financial Times
Columnist
1965
The Sunday Telegraph
City Editor
1961 - 1963
The Financial Times
Editorial staff member
1956 - 1960

Political

Conservative Party HQ
Special Policy Adviser
1973 - 1974
Conservative Party
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (Sir Alec Douglas-Home)
1963 - 1964

Public life

Westminster School
Member of the Governing Body
1999 - 2005