Lord John Prescott
John Prescott holds the title of longest serving Deputy Prime Minister and has overseen the change of the Labour Party from their previous state to ‘New Labour’ along with the resulting reign of Tony Blair between 1997 and 2007. As a political speaker, John Prescott’s vast knowledge of UK modern domestic politics is of highly sought after in the guest speaking scene, this allows him to deliver after dinner and keynote speeches with incredible detail and clarity.
- He was seen as the political link to the working class in 1980’s
- Prescott was assigned the role of deputy prime minister in 1997
- He retired as deputy prime minister in 2007 but remained as MP until 2010
- Great for after dinner and keynotes speeches with his vast knowledge
- John led many prime minister question sessions