Nigel Forman

Nigel Forman

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Francis Nigel Forman, known as Nigel Forman, (born 25 March 1943) is a British Conservative politician. After working in the Conservative Research Department from 1968 to 1976 he was elected as an MP. He became a prominent backbench MP and was appointed to the position of Minister of Higher Education in April 1992. In December 1992 he resigned from this post “for personal reasons”. During his time as an MP he was considered to be on the left-wing of the Conservative Party and he was often described as "donnish" and a "europhile".

He lost his seat in Parliament in the 1997 general election and since then has worked as a lecturer, writer and instructor. After leaving Parliament he started to use the title “doctor” and is now commonly known as Doctor Nigel Forman. He is married to Susan (‘Susie’) Forman and the couple have no children

Early career

Forman was educated at Shrewsbury School, New College, Oxford, the College of Europe (Bruges), Harvard University and Sussex University. He obtained various degrees from these institutions including an Master of Public Administration from Harvard, a Certificate of Advanced European Studies (equivalent to a master's degree) from the College of Europe and a Ph.D from Sussex University. His first significant job was from 1967 to 1968 as an information officer at the Confederation of British Industry.

In 1968 he joined the Conservative Research Department ('CRD' - the research operation of the...
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