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Dr Kim Howells

Kim Howells

Dr Kim Howells was appointed Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in May 2005.

He was previously Minister of State at the Department for Education and Skills. He has also held Ministerial posts at the Department for Transport, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and the Department for Trade and Industry.

Dr Howells was born in 1946 and is married with three children. He is MP for Pontypridd and was educated at Mountain Ash Grammar School; Hornsey College of Art; Cambridge College of Art & Technology and Warwick University.


His responsibilities include: Middle East (including Iraq and Iran), Counter Terrorism, Counter Proliferation, South America and North America, Drugs and International Crime, UK Visas, Migration Policy, Leads on Afghanistan/Sub-Continent in Commons.


View all the latest photos from Kim Howell's set on flickr.