Heath, Edward

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Edward Heath
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Name
Heath, Edward Gender: M
Heath, Edward Richard George
born on 9 July 1916 at 23:55 (= 11:55 PM )
Place Broadstairs, England, 51n22, 1e27
Timezone GDT h1e (is daylight saving time)
Data source
Conflicting/unverified
Rodden Rating DD
Collector: Lescaut
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_cancol.18.gif 17°21' s_mo.18.gif s_scocol.18.gif 05°28 Asc.s_aricol.18.gif 06°31'



Biography

British politician who was elected P.M. on 6/19/1970, but resigned in 1974 following the Conservative defeat. Seven months later, he was replaced as leader of the Party. He is, some thirty years later, credited with leading Britain into the European economic community.

He had a distinguished military career in WW II before he entered civil service and politics. At Oxford, he showed an interest in both music and yachting. He became a member of Parliament in 1950 and made rapid progress through the levels of government.

He returned as a member of parliament at the General Election on 6/11/1987. Heath remained a bachelor his whole life. He was knighted in 1992 and retired from politics in 2001.

He died on July 17, 2005 in Salisbury, England, just eight days after his 89th birthday.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Relationships

Events

  • Work : New Job 1950 (Became Member of Parliament)
  • Work : Gain social status June 1970 (Prime Minister of U.K.)
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Source Notes

Pulsar quotes the British Astrological Association. David Fisher quotes a presumed biography. Lescaut quotes Fowler's Errata. Bordoni quotes Barbault for 11:00 PM. Andre Barbault in personal correspondence with LMR May 2001 states that he has no idea of where this data came from; he has no record of it.

Categories

  • Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (Prime Minister)
  • Vocation : Politics : Public office (Member of Parliament)

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