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Angela Eagle

(1961-), Politician; MP for Wallasey

Sitter in 2 portraits
Politician and identical twin. Angela Eagle studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at St Johns College, Oxford. Elected to Parliament in 1992, Eagle became the first ever Labour MP for Wallasey. She served as Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury (2007-9) and since 2009 has been Minister of State for Pensions and Ageing Society.

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Angela Eagle; Maria Eagle, by Maggie Murray, for  Format Photographers - NPG x133135

Angela Eagle; Maria Eagle

by Maggie Murray, for Format Photographers
modern bromide print, September 1997
NPG x133135

Angela Eagle, by Victoria Carew Hunt - NPG x88088

Angela Eagle

by Victoria Carew Hunt
bromide fibre print, 1998
NPG x88088

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