Betty Boothroyd Died Everything You Need to Know

Betty Boothroyd died at the age of 93. Betty Boothroyd, (Baroness Boothroyd OM, PC, Hon. FSLL) served as a Member of Parliament for West Bromwich and West Bromwich West. From 1992 to 2000, she served as Speaker of the House of Commons, as the first and only woman to hold that office.

BornOctober 8, 1929, Dewsbury, United Kingdom
DiedFebruary 26, 2023,
Previous offices:Speaker of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom (1992–2000), MORE

Office: Member of the House of Lords of the United Kingdom since 2001

MoviesAir Transport Auxiliary, First Among Equals
ParentsBen Archibald Boothroyd, Mary Butterfield
Books:Betty Boothroyd, MORE
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Betty Boothroyd, Speaker of the House of Commons 1992 – 2000.

#Betty Boothroyd, an ex-speaker, was horrified by Bercow’s behavior. She is generally considered by members of all parties (she was Labour) to have been an outstanding Speaker. 

Of course, a Speaker can be biased just as any other person can be biased. As good as Betty Boothroyd was, Michael Martin, also Labour, was not in her league and was as difficult to pry out of office as Bercow.

They will I hope view him as an outstanding Speaker among many outstanding Speakers – up there with Betty Boothroyd, and Fred Thomas. 

If the Speaker does his job well he will expect to be hated by some extreme MPs on both the left and right and grudgingly admired by the rest. If they are loved by all it would be a bloody miracle. 

On that basis, Bercow did a very good job during one of the most unpleasant, uncultured, uncouth periods in British parliamentary history.

Tutorial about betty Boothroyd, carrier, partner, husband, dancer, musical, and net worth However she died at 93 years old. Source – BBC NewsBetty Boothroyd

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