Knowledge Identifier: +Harriet_Harman
Born in 1950.
Countries: United Kingdom (85%), (10%), Afghanistan (2%)
Linked to: Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Labour Party Chair, University of York, Camberwell and Peckham
Jack Dromey - Dromey married Harriet Harman in 1982 in the borough of Brent, after meeting her on the picket line of the Grunwick dispute in 1977; Harman was legal advisor to the Grunwick Strike Committee
Camberwell and Peckham (UK Parliament constituency) - Its first and only Member of Parliament, , is Harriet Harman, the Deputy Leader of the party and Shadow Culture Secretary, who had been the MP for the preceding constituency of Peckham since a by-election in 1982
David Shayler - Shayler earned notoriety after being prosecuted under the Official Secrets Act 1989 for his passing secret documents to the "Mail on Sunday" in August 1997 that alleged that MI5 was paranoid about socialists, and that it had previously investigated Labour Party ministers Peter Mandelson, Jack Straw and Harriet Harman
Ed Miliband - In 1993,Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Harriet Harman approached Rawnsley to recruit Miliband as her policy researcher and speechwriter
Yvette Cooper - Later in that year she became a policy advisor to new the Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Harriet Harman and in 1994 became a research associate at the Centre for Economic Performance
In 1996, Harman sent her younger son Joseph to St Olave's Grammar School, Orpington a selective grammar school after sending her elder son Harry to the selective, Roman Catholic London Oratory School, a grant-maintained school
After Labour's victory in the 1997 general election, she became Secretary of State for Social Security and was given the task of reforming the Welfare State
Camberwell and Peckham (UK Parliament constituency) - "'Camberwell and Peckham"' is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since its 1997 creation by Harriet Harman of the Labour Party
Alistair Darling - In 1998 he was made the Secretary of State for Social Security replacing Harriet Harman who had been dismissed.
After the 2005 general election, she became a Minister of State in the Department for Constitutional Affairs with responsibilities including constitutional reform, legal aid and court processes and she represented Lord Falconer in the House of Commons on the frontbench
On 16 March 2006, Harman relinquished her ministerial responsibilities for electoral administration and reform of the House of Lords
Harman attacked the Conservative Party at the Labour Party Conference 2007, referring to them as the "nasty party" and suggesting that there would be little competition at the next election
Hilary Benn - The contest was formally launched on 14 May 2007 after the resignation of incumbent Deputy leader John Prescott, Benn had some initial difficulties securing the necessary 45 nominations required to get on the ballot paper but he acquired the support needed to join five other candidates - Hazel Blears, Harriet Harman, Alan_Johnson, Peter Hain and backbencher Jon Cruddas
Alan Johnson - On 24 June 2007, Johnson was narrowly beaten for the deputy leadership by Harriet Harman
Hilary Benn - The Labour leadership contest closed on Sunday 24 June 2007 with Harriet Harman winning the contest
Peter Mandelson - An opinion poll conducted by the centre-left think tank Compass found that in 2009 Mandelson was less disliked by party members than Deputy Party Leader Harriet Harman, very unusual as Mandelson "historically has been unpopular among Labour members"
Nia Griffith - Griffith was PPS to Harriet Harman MP in her capacity as Minister for Women and Equality before the 2010 general election
In 2014, she accused Nick Clegg of turning into a Tory during Prime Minister's Questions
Metropolitan Police Service - In 2015, former Metropolitan Police &Special_Branch officer Peter Francis revealed that the service has spied on several former and serving Labour MPs including Harriet Harman, Peter_Hain, Jack Straw, Diane Abbott, Jeremy Corbyn, Bernie Grant, Ken Livingstone, Tony Benn, Joan Ruddock and Dennis Skinner