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Peter Hunt was born on 19 October, 1966. Discover Peter Hunt’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||19 October 1966|
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Peter Hunt Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Peter Hunt
On 19 February 2019 Hunt announced his resignation from the Labour Party with a letter to The Guardian, denouncing an hostile environment inside the party and claiming that Jeremy Corbyn did not represent his political values. He remained a member of the Co-operative Party.
The Co-operative Party had arguably been in a long decline and Hunt’s immediate priority was to secure the position and finances of the Party and its relationship with the new Labour government. He also rejuvenated the Party’s policy making and broadened its scope. He relaunched the Party’s magazine, New Mutualism, and started a series of policy pamphlets under the same name. One of these, New Mutualism: A Golden Goal? inspired the creation of Supporters Direct and a new generation of mutual organisations—football supporters’ trusts. Another, New Mutualism: The Third Way (1998) by Peter Kellner, was a key piece of thinking in the early ‘Third Way’ phase of New Labour.
Peter Hunt is a British politician and co-operative activist and thinker. He was until March 2008 General Secretary of the Co-operative Party and is as of 2008 chief executive of the think tank Mutuo.
As general secretary, Hunt sat on the National Policy Forum of the Labour Party. In early 2008, Hunt announced he would be stepping down as general secretary of the Co-operative Party in March 2008.
Hunt launched Mutuo in 2000 as a think tank for the wider mutual sector, attracting support from building societies, friendly societies and mutual insurers. Mutuo took on much of the policy publishing, with many publications by leading thinkers and politicians in the field. Making Healthcare Mutual, co-written by Hunt, Hazel Blears and Cliff Mills, called for a locally accountable NHS and underpinned the only successful amendment to the Act on foundation hospitals.
Educated at Comprehensive School in Leicester and at Brunel University, Hunt joined the Labour Party in 1983 and worked in housing and IT before joining the Co-operative Party in 1994, working as regional organiser for the South of England. In 1998, Hunt was appointed General Secretary of the Party.