John Major is a popular face in British politics who was born on 29th March 1943.
He is married to Norma Johnson since 1970, and the couple together has two children. Major served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1990 to 1997.
Apart from that, John also worked as the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Foreign Secretary during the government of Thatcher. He stays the Member of Parliament for many years and gets retired in 2001 at the age of 58.
After the death of Margaret Thatcher in the year 2013, John becomes the oldest living former British Prime Minister.
After living the politics, Major followed his love for cricket and worked as the President of Surrey County Cricket Club for many years. Additionally, he was often seen commentating on the political debates.
John Major Early Life
Major was born in the home of Tom Major-Ball and Gwen Major in St. Helier, Surrey.
The most amazing thing about his father was that he was 63 years old at the time John take birth. He completed his primary schooling from the Cheam Common and
John started working at a young age in an insurance firm due to financial troubles. After some time, this political figure joined the Young Conservatives in Brixton.
John Major Awards & Achievements
In 2008, he received the British Sports Book Award in the Best Cricket Book category.
Apart from that, John Major received plenty of other achievements like Knight Companion of the Noblest Order of the Garter, Member of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council, and Member of Order of the Companions of Honour.