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John Major's Profile

Brief about John Major: By info that we know John Major was born at 1943-03-29. And also John Major is British Politician.

Some John Major's quotes. Goto "John Major's quotation" section for more.

Only in Britain could it be thought a defect to be too clever by half. The probability is that too many people are too stupid by three-quarters.

Tags: Half, Stupid, Thought

Ronnie Barker will forever be remembered as one of the great comic actors.

Tags: Comic, Forever, Great

The argument that someone is a bad man is an inadequate argument for war and certainly an inadequate and unacceptable argument for regime change.

Tags: Bad, Change, War

The British don't runaway from terrorism. We have had 30-odd years of terrorism in our own country from the Irish Republican Army. We're used to it.

Tags: Country, Republican, Used

The politician who never made a mistake never made a decision.

Tags: Decision, Mistake, Politician

There are more myths about Black Wednesday than the Greeks ever created.

Tags: Black, Myths, Wednesday

Too many people looked to me in the eye and did not tell me the truth.

Tags: Eye, Tell, Truth

Well British troops are superb in the field in terms of conflict.

Tags: British, Conflict, Troops

Well, I have concerns about the effectiveness of Europe to compete.

Tags: Compete, Concerns, Europe

Well, I think there's a distinction between sexing-up the intelligence and sexing-up the presentation of the intelligence.

Tags: Between

Whatever efforts for peace President Gorbachev had in mind, they were pretty substantially undercut very swiftly by Saddam Hussein.

Tags: Mind, Peace, Pretty

When I was in office the fundraising was done by the party treasurers.

Tags: Done, Office, Party

When the euro was born, it was born in the wrong economic circumstances.

Tags: Born, Economic, Wrong

Whether you agree with me or disagree with me; like me or loathe me, don't bind my hands when I am negotiating on behalf of the British nation.

Tags: Hands, Nation, Whether

You don't forget crises and neither does the Queen.

Tags: Forget, Neither, Queen

You've had an extremely weak euro on the foreign exchange markets, you've had a very dubious policy being followed.

Tags: Foreign, Policy, Weak

'Government gets things right' does not encourage sales. 'Government makes another blunder' does encourage sales, so there's a commercial imperative that pushes sensationalism.

Tags: Another, Government, Makes

I have a huge admiration for the House of Lords, I have a huge admiration for the people who work in the House of Lords, they're great public servants and they do an absolutely tremendous job.

Tags: Great, Job, Work

I have been reading the press more regularly than others over 50 years and it seems to me that there are things that have changed in the press that have changed its character.

Tags: Character, Others, Reading

I mean if you have ever found a politician who says, 'No, no, I would do everything exactly as I did,' then you can tell when he is lying because his lips are moving.

Tags: Mean, Moving, Tell