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Jeremy Browne MP

Jeremy Browne MP
Jeremy Browne was appointed Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on 14 May 2010.

He has been the Member of Parliament for Taunton Deane since May 2005.

He has held various positions in the Liberal Democrat party, including as spokesman on Foreign Affairs and most recently as Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury. He has also been a member of the cross-party Home Affairs Committee.

Jeremy grew up in many different countries including Iran and Zimbabwe. He studied politics at Nottingham University and has worked in the private sector in finance and global communications.

He relaxes by watching Somerset play cricket at the County Ground and suffers the regular frustrations of being a Queens Park Rangers supporter.


  • Far East and South East Asia
  • India, Nepal
  • Latin America
  • Australasia and Pacific
  • Caribbean
  • Emerging Powers Co-ordination
  • Olympics
  • Human Rights
  • Consular Policy
  • Migration
  • Public Diplomacy
  • Drugs and International Crime

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Latest news: Jeremy Browne MP

  • Podcast marks International Human Rights Day
    10 December 2011, 08:14 GMT
    The third in our series of human rights themed podcasts focuses on the theme of social media and human rights, featuring insights from Index on Censorship, Article 19, Free Belarus Now, Sablat Oman and Computer Science at University College London.
  • Bali Democracy Forum
    8 December 2011, 11:32 GMT
    Speaking at the Bali Democracy Forum on 8 December 2011, Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne commented that the Forum came at 'a seminal time for democracy'.
  • Foreign Office Minister for Asia Pacific visits Indonesia
    6 December 2011, 11:00 GMT
    Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne arrived in Jakarta on 6 Dec on his second official visit to Indonesia as Minister for State for Asia Pacific.
  • Arrival of pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang at Edinburgh Zoo
    4 December 2011, 13:15 GMT
    The arrival of pandas Tian Tian and Yang Guang in the UK will play an important part in efforts to save this magnificent but sadly threatened species, and is a reflection of the strength of our relationship with China.
  • Foreign Office marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities
    3 December 2011, 09:56 GMT
    Foreign Office staff are taking part in a range of activities to mark the day on 3 December, as the UK prepares to host the Paralympic Games in 2012.