Muriel Turner, Baroness Turner of Camden
Muriel Winifred Turner, Baroness Turner of Camden (née Price; born 18 September 1927) is a British Labour politician. She is currently a ranking member of British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom.
Turner was until 1987 Assistant General Secretary of ASTMS (later Manufacturing, Science and Finance, Amicus and now Unite the Union). She was created a Life Peer on 29 May 1985 taking the title Baroness Turner of Camden, of Camden in Greater London, and was Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords until 2008 and until October 1996 Front Bench Spokesperson on Employment for the Labour Opposition. Member: Equal Opportunities Commission 1982-88, Occupational Pensions Board 1977-93; Council Member OPAS (Pension Advisory Service) 1989-2007; Chair, PIA Ombudsman Council 1994-97.
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