Tim Janman

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Tim Janman
Member of Parliament for Thurrock
In office
11 June 1987 – 9 April 1992
Preceded by Oonagh McDonald
Succeeded by Andrew MacKinlay
Majority 690 (1.4%)
Personal details
Born Timothy Janman
(1956-09-09) 9 September 1956 (age 60)
Nationality United Kingdom
Political party Conservative
Alma mater University of Nottingham

Timothy Simon Janman (born 9 September 1956) is a former Conservative Party politician in England. He was Member of Parliament (MP) for Thurrock in Essex from 1987 to 1992, when he lost to the Labour Party candidate.

Early years[edit]

Tim Janman was the son of Jack and Irene Janman, and educated at the Sir William Borlase's Grammar School at Marlow, Buckinghamshire, and the University of Nottingham. He married, 29 September 1990, Shirley Buckingham née Silvey. He worked as a personnel officer at the Ford Motor Company from 1979 to 1987.

Political activities[edit]

Janman was chairman of the Nottingham University Conservative Association 1976-1977, and was National Senior Vice-Chairman of the Federation of Conservative Students 1980-1981. He served as chairman of the Selsdon Group 1983-1987, later becoming a Vice-President. In 1987, he served, briefly, as a member of Southampton City Council. In 1990, he became President of the London Swinton circle.

Janman was Vice-President of the Jordan is Palestine Committee, Joint Secretary of the Conservative backbench Employment Committee 1987-1988, Joint Vice-Chairman of same 1988-1992. He was a member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Employment from 1989–1992, and Joint Secretary of the Conservative Backbench Home Affairs Committee, also from 1989–1992. Janman's special interests lay in the economy, privatisation, trade union reform, law and order, and immigration and resettlement.

Janman was a member of the Conservative Monday Club and was present at their South Africa Dinner, given for Dr. Andries Treurnicht on 5 June 1989, (see The Daily Telegraph and The Independent Court & Social pages, 6 June 1989).

On 10 October 1989, Janman joined Nicholas Budgen, M.P., and Lord Moyne (in the chair) as speakers at a major fringe meeting organized by the Young Monday Club, heralded as "The End of the English? - Immigration and Repatriation". Janman was subsequently quoted by journalist Judy Jones in The Daily Telegraph as saying that "if you look at the lack of immigration control in the past, then yes, Britain has become the dustbin of the world". He added that there was a need to offer voluntary repatriation to members of ethnic minorities settled in the UK, which groups did not wish to integrate with the indigenous population.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Oonagh McDonald
Member of Parliament for Thurrock
1987–1992
Succeeded by
Andrew MacKinlay