Marcus Drakeford

politicus, eruditus
Wikidata-logo.svg Marcus Drakeford
Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Marcus Drakeford: imago
Nativitas: 19 Septembris 1954; Maridunensis comitatus
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Officium

Officium: Minister for Health and Social Services, Member of the 4th National Assembly for Wales, Member of the 5th National Assembly for Wales, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government, Cabinet Secretary for Finance, First Minister of Wales, Leader of Welsh Labour
Munus: politicus
Patronus: Cardiff University, Swansea University

Consociatio

Factio: Welsh Labour, Factio Laboris

Marcus, vulgo Mark Drakeford (Moriduni natus die 19 Septembris 1954) est politicus Cambriae.

Alumnus est universitatum Cantiensis, ubi linguae Latinae studuit, et Exoniensis. Lector de rebus socialibus apud collegium universitatis Swanseanum, deinde professor politiae socialis apud universitatem Cardiffensem operam dedit. Legatus est conventu Cambrico a die 5 Maii 2011. Minister a valetudine operibusque socialibus meruit, primo ministro Carwyn Jones, a die 4 Martii 2013 ad 19 Maii 2016, deinde secretarius a vectigalibus. Ipse mense Decembri 2018 primus minister Cambriae selectus est.

Scripta selectaRecensere

  • 1999 : Privatisation and social policy. Londinii: Longman. ISBN 978-0582356405.
  • 2005 (cum Ian Butler) : Scandal, social policy, and social welfare. 2a ed. Bristolii: Policy Press. ISBN 978-1861347466.
  • 2012 (cum Bill Jordan) : Social work and social policy under austerity. Basingstoke: Palgrave. ISBN 978-1137020635.
  • 2006 (cum Jonathan Scourfield, Bella Dicks, Andrew Davies) : Children, place and identity: nation and locality in middle childhood. Londoninii: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415351263

Nexus externiRecensere

  • Vita apud cinventum Cambricum