We don't discuss specific targets, but in the general point, we've made it very clear that our responsibility is the protection of the civilian populationBritain may 'look at' troops for Libya Apr 27, 2011
We've seen some momentum gained in the last few daysBritain may 'look at' troops for Libya Apr 27, 2011
We've seen some progress made in Misurata. And it's very clear that the regime is on the back footBritain may 'look at' troops for Libya Apr 27, 2011
We've known from history that there have been radical elements thereU.K. wary of radicals within Libyan rebels Jul 31, 2011
The soldier's actions resulted in the loss of a young and innocent life, causing sorrow and anguish for those who knew and loved MajellaBritain apologizes for 1972 killing Mar 29, 2011
Dr Liam Fox, MP (born 22 September 1961) is a British Conservative Party politician who currently serves as the Secretary of State for Defence in the British cabinet and has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for the North Somerset constituency (previously Woodspring) since 1992.
Fox was born in East Kilbride, Scotland and studied medicine at the University of Glasgow. Fox worked as an NHS general practitioner (GP) in Nailsea, Somerset and served as a Civilian Army Medical Officer, which enabled him to see army life first-hand. He was elected as the Conservative MP for Woodspring at the 1992 general election. After holding several ministerial roles in John Major's Conservative government, Fox entered the shadow cabinet in 1999, holding the positions of Shadow Health Secretary (1999-2003), Conservative Party chairman (2003-05), Shadow Foreign Secretary (2005) and Shadow Defence Secretary (2005-10).
He stood in the 2005 Conservative leadership election, but was eliminated in the second round of voting. When the Conservatives entered government in 2010, Fox was appointed the Secretary of State for Defence