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Jeffrey Howard Archer, Lord Archer of Weston-Super-Mare (born April 15, 1940) is the successful author of a number of popular novels, a convicted perjurer and former Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party and MP.
Archer's literary pretensions were consolidated by his purchase of the Old Vicarage, Grantchester, a house associated with Rupert Brooke.
On July 19, 2001 Jeffrey Archer was found guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice.
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 Jeffrey Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Right Honourable Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (born 15 April 1940) is the author of a number of books, has raised considerable sums for charities, is a former MP and was Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, and was later convicted of perjury.
Archer was put on trial for perjury and perverting the course of justice in December 2000.
Archer very often takes his characters from the upper classes of the UK or New England, discussing mannerisms and sensitivities from that layer of society.
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 Jeffrey Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (born April 15, 1940) is the successful author of a number of popular novels, raised considerable sums for charities, was a former MP and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, who was later convicted of perjury.
He and Lady Archer were invited guests to the Memorial Service at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Thursday October 7, 2004, where they were observed sitting in the same pew as former head of the Conservative Monday Club, Gregory Lauder-Frost, and directly in front of Lady Thatcher, who made a point of embracing Lady Archer.
Archer is widely considered a master of plot, and often anticipates plot twists several chapters ahead with subtle references.
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 BBC NEWS | UK | Timeline: Stranger than fiction
Jeffrey Archer was made a life peer as a reward for his services to the Conservative Party.
Archer was initially classed as a Category D prisoner suitable for an open jail, but was graded Category C after Scotland Yard launched an inquiry into allegations that millions of pounds went missing from a fundraising campaign run by the peer.
Archer was therefore transferred from Belmarsh to the category C Wayland Prison in Norfolk, rather than an open jail.
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 HELLO! Profiles
Jeffrey Archer once said that when he was three years old he wanted to be four.
Jeffrey Howard Archer was born on April 15, 1940, in the City of London maternity hospital to William Archer and his wife Lola, a journalist.
But when a friend who had provided Archer with an alibi in the prostitute case admitted he'd concocted his story, the would-be politician was forced to bow out of the campaign and found himself facing the Old Bailey.
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 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Mendacious, ambitious, generous and naive
Since Jeffrey Howard Archer first bounced into the public eye at Oxford 38 years ago, courtesy of a typically chancy stunt involving the Beatles, he has displayed a bewildering number of public personas, repeatedly faced political and personal ruin and always bounced back.
Archer was born on April 15 1940 in the City of London maternity hospital, the third child of Lola Cook, a nurse, and William Archer, an irascible chancer almost 40 years her senior.
Archer also stands accused of lying about his academic credentials, fiddling his expenses at the United Nations Association, fiddling other people's while a member of the GLC, stealing suits in Toronto and insider trading in the shares of Anglia TV, of which his wife was a director.
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Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-Super-Mare is the successful author of a number of popular novels, a convicted perjurer and former MP and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party.
Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-Super-Mare (born April 15, 1940) is the successful author of a number of popular novels, a convicted perjurer and former MP and Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party.
In October 2002 it was reported that Archer had offered to repay the Daily Star the £500,000 damages he had received, as well as legal costs of the order of £1million.
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 Jeffrey Archer - Uncyclopedia
The Right Honourable Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Market (born 15 April 1940) is the author of a number of books, has raised considerable sums for charities, is a former MP and was Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party, and was later convicted of perjury.
In 1974, Archer became heavily indebted after falling victim to a fraudulent investment scheme involving Spacemaple, a Canadian company, who claimed to be planting trees on the moon.
Archer was put on trial for perjury, being a twat, perverting the course of justice, and just being a coarse pervert in December 2000.
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Jeffrey is attempting to break the world record for the most money raised in the London Marathon for charity by an individual.
Jeffrey Archer once said that when he was three years old he wanted to be...
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 Jeffrey Archer - biography,books by Jeffrey Archey
Archer's literary pretensions were consolidated by his purchase of the Old Vicarage, Grantchester, a house associated with Rupert Brooke.Archer's political career thrived once he became well-known for his books.
Throughout his later career, he was doggedly investigated by the journalist, Michael Crick, who has become famous as Archer's unofficial biographer and nemesis.On July 19, 2001 Jeffrey Archer was found guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice.
He was sentenced to a total of 4 years imprisonment.In July 2003 he was released on probation, after serving half of his sentence, from Her Majesty's Prison Hollesley Bay, Suffolk.
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 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Special report: Jeffrey Archer
March 28: Jeffrey Archer is to contest his conviction for perjury in an appeal that will feature claims that he was involved in the murder of TV presenter Jill Dando.
July 28: Jeffrey Archer could be stripped of his right to sit in the House of Lords and possibly even his title, it emerged yesterday.
July 27 1987: Mr Jeffrey Archer was yesterday awarded record libel damages of £500,000 and more still in costs from the Star newspaper for accusing him of paying a prostitute for sex.
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 BBC NEWS | UK | Lord Archer pleads not guilty
Lord Archer stood in the dock at the centre of historic Number One court alongside his former friend Ted Francis, who faces a single charge of perverting the course of justice, which he denied.
Lord Archer pleaded not guilty to two charges of perjury, two of perverting the course of justice and one of using a false instrument, relating to diaries used in his libel trial against the Daily Star newspaper in 1987.
He is also charged with perverting the course of justice between 26 March 1986 and 7 July 1987, in relation to diaries relating to September 1986, he failed to reveal the existence of his main office diary: provided Angela Peppiatt with a blank diary which he instructed her with details to write in the diary.
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 The Poison Kitchen: A thoroughly modern kitchen with self-cleaning oven (the whole bit): Jeffrey Archer Implicated in ...
Jeffrey Archer Implicated in Equatorial Guinea Coup d'Etat
The Guardian is reporting that investigators are looking into allegations that Lord Archer helped fund the coup attempt which most recently saw the detention of Mark Thatcher, Lady Thatcher's son.
Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-Super-Mare, is one of the suspect behind a $134,980 payment to Simon Mann, the former SAS officer who allegedly masterminded the plot.
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 BBC NEWS | Programmes | Panorama | Archer | Jeffrey Archer: A Life of Lies 19 July 2001
Archer won his 1987 libel case against the Daily Star by convincing the jury, and the judge, that he was a devoted and faithful husband, but Panorama builds up a very different picture.
Stacpoole also reveals that the wad of £50 notes that Archer gave him to give to prostitute Monica Coghlan was much more than the £2,000 quoted at the time.
"Jeffrey Howard Archer was born in London in 1940, the son of two active Tories."
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 Archer Coat of Arms
The Anglo-Saxon name Archer comes from when its first bearer worked as abowman, and derives from the French L'Archer of the same meaning.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Samuel Archer who settled in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1630; just ten years after the "Mayflower." He was appointed Marshall in 1650.
Henry Archer was another settler in Roxbury, Massachusetts in 1639.
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 The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts: Archer, Jeffrey Howard, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (1940-  )@ ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
The Hutchinson Dictionary of the Arts: Archer, Jeffrey Howard, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (1940-  ;)@ HighBeam Research
Archer, Jeffrey Howard, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (1940-  ;)
Archer, Jeffrey Howard, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (1940-)
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 JS Online: Jeffrey Howard 'Takes Five'
Jeffrey Howard is founder and president of the Efficacy Institute, a non-profit organization in Waltham, Mass., whose core principle is that all children can become proficient in academic subjects.
The institute provides consulting services to schools and school districts aimed at building consensus among adults on how to educate kids, and uses a data-driven process it calls the Efficacy Approach.
Howard visited Milwaukee recently as a guest of Milwaukee Public Schools and the Urban League, advocating for a two-day summit meeting of community leaders to build unity in local education policies.
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 "A" Famous People
Archer (of Weston-Super-Mare), Jeffrey (Howard) Archer, Baron (1940-) Writer and former parliamentarian.
Archer, Robyn (1948-) Singer and actress, born in Adelaide, South Australia.
Archer, Thomas (1668-1743) Baroque architect, born in Tanworth, Warwickshire, C England, UK.
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 Directory - Arts: Literature: Authors: A: Archer, Jeffrey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Lord Jeffrey Howard Archer was born in 1940, and in 1969 become the youngest member of the House of Commons.
In 1985 he became chairman of the Conservative party and was made a Lord in 1992.
Guardian Special report: Jeffrey Archer  · iweb · cached · Dossier of news articles and features about Lord Archer.
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 ARCHER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Jeffrey Archer is one of England's leading political figures and one of the world's most successful storytellers.
All of his novels and short story collections -- from 1974's Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less to 2003's Sons of Fortune -- have been international bestsellers, selling more than 100 million copies.
Archer is married and has two children and lives in England.
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 The Daily Mail (London, England): PORTRAIT OF A CONGENTIAL LIAR; THE SHAMING OF ARCHER.@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
PORTRAIT OF A CONGENTIAL LIAR; THE SHAMING OF ARCHER.
His belief in himself is so strong that he even believes his own lies.' Perhaps the most remarkable thing is that so many others have believed them.
Simply because he is Jeffrey Archer, his fabrications seem to have been accepted without challenge.
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 Open Directory - Arts:Literature:Authors:A
Fred Archer was born on a farm in 1915 in the Vale of Evesham in Worcester, England.
He was a farmer for half a century before being asked by his local guild to give a talk as a replacement speaker.
Within his pages are fun and folly, the blue skies of hope and storm clouds of war, cider and village sweethearts, and characters so real that even an Archer pseudonym didn't always disguise their origin.
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It might have been from Liverpool 40 years ago.
Since Jeffrey Howard Archer first bounced into the public eye at Oxford 38 years ago, courtesy of a typically
Jeffrey Archer became a millionaire novelist and darling of the Conservative party before his downfall and
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 Encyclopedia: July 19
2001 - UK politician and novelist Jeffrey Archer, Lord Archer of Weston-Super-Mare, is sentenced to four years in prison for perjury and perverting the course of justice.
Jump to: navigation, search 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Perjury is lying or making verifiably false statements under oath in a court of law.
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 Alibris: Jeffrey Howard Mahan
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A Long Way from Solving That One: Psycho/Social and Ethical Implications of Ross MacDonald's Lew Archer Tales
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 Chronological List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
“Jeffrey Archer” by Gordon Wells (iv) Million #9 1992
ARCHER, JULES (1915-); see pseudonym Shailer Upton Lawton (stories)
ARCHER, LANE; pseudonym of Louise Platt Hauck, (1883-1943) (stories)
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1978 _1929-- Arbus, Diane (nee Nemerov) US photographer; suicide; sister of Howard Nemerov _1923-1971 Arbuthnot, John Scot.
of United States of Central America 1825-1829 _1787-1847 Archer, Dennis Wayne US polit.; mayor of Detroit 1994-- _1942-- Archer, Jeffrey Howard Eng.
of Uruguay 1938-1943 _1884-1948 Baldrige, [Howard] Malcolm Jr.
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 Stories, Listed by Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
* “Jeffrey Archer” by Gordon Wells, (iv) Million #9 1992
ARCHER, JULES (1915-); see pseudonym Shailer Upton Lawton; Author, biographer and historian.
ARCHER, LANE; pseudonym of Louise Platt Hauck, (1883-1943) (chron.)
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