Lord Freeman

Lord Freeman is no longer a Member of the Lords, but sat in the House under this title between 6 November 1997 and 1 October 2020. His full title is The Rt Hon. the Lord Freeman, and his given name is Roger Norman Freeman. Prior to joining the Lords, he sat in the Commons as an MP, and was first elected in 1983.

Parliamentary career

Find out about the Parliamentary career of Lord Freeman, including posts and roles held.

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Representations

Kettering
Elected 3 times
9 June 1983 - 1 May 1997
Commons

Party affiliation

Conservative
9 June 1983 - 1 October 2020

Elections contested

Kettering
1 May 1997
Commons
Don Valley
3 May 1979
Commons

Government posts

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister (Public Service)
Duchy of Lancaster Office
5 July 1995 - 1 May 1997
Commons
Minister of State (Ministry of Defence) (Procurement)
Ministry of Defence
20 July 1994 - 5 July 1995
Commons
Minister of State (Department for Transport) (Public Transport)
Department for Transport
28 November 1990 - 20 July 1994
Commons
Minister of State (Department for Transport)
Department for Transport
4 May 1990 - 28 November 1990
Commons
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health)
Department of Health
16 December 1988 - 4 May 1990
Commons
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Ministry of Defence) (Armed Forces)
Ministry of Defence
21 May 1986 - 15 December 1988
Commons

Other posts

Vice-Chair, Conservative Party
1 June 1997 - 31 July 2001

House membership

Lords
Lord Freeman
29 October 1997 - 1 October 2020
Commons
Roger Freeman
9 June 1983 - 1 May 1997

Committee memberships

European Union Committee
21 November 2006 - 8 April 2010
Lords
EU Internal Market Sub-Committee
23 June 2015 - 12 May 2016
Lords