You could also do it yourself at any point in time. Between 1965 and 1977 she held production posts within the BBC, working on current affairs and further education television programmes. While in the USA, she met journalist Carl Bernstein, who had helped expose Watergate, with whom she had a much-publicised extramarital relationship in 1979. [7], In 1961, Callaghan married fellow journalist Peter Jay, himself a child of political parents: Douglas Jay, Labour MP and president of the Board of Trade, and Margaret (Peggy) Jay, member of the Greater London Council. The Jays divorced in 1986 after 25 years of marriage, and she lived for a while with Professor Robert Neild, the Cambridge economist. The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. Her father was James Callaghan, a Labour politician and Prime Minister,[1] and she was educated at Blackheath High School, Blackheath and Somerville College, Oxford. [12] She has three children: Tamsin, Alice and Patrick.[13]. She retired from active politics in 2001. [4], She was co-chair of the cross-party Iraq Commission (along with Tom King and Paddy Ashdown) which was established by the Foreign Policy Centre think-tank and Channel 4. From 1998 she was Leader of the House of Lords, playing a pivotal role in the major reform that led to the removal of most of its hereditary members. She retired from active politics in 2001. Margaret Ann Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington, PC (née Callaghan; born 18 November 1939) is a British politician for the Labour Party and former BBC television producer and presenter. Zudem war sie Aufsichtsratsmitglied des britischen Meteorologischen Instituts. Mar­garet Ann Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington, PC (née Callaghan; born 18 No­vem­ber 1939) is a British politi­cian for the Labour Party and for­mer BBC tele­vi­sion pro­ducer and pre­sen­ter. In 2003, she was elected Vice-President of Attend.[2]. Between 1965 and 1977 she held production posts within the BBC, working on current affairs and further education television programmes. She is currently co-chair of the cross-party Iraq Commission (along with Tom King and Paddy Ashdown) which was established by the Foreign Policy Centre think-tank and Channel 4. In 1961, she married fellow journalist Peter Jay, himself a child of political parents: Douglas Jay, Labour MP and president of the Board of Trade, and Margaret (Peggy) Jay, member of the Greater London Council. She retired from active politics in 2001. [12] She has three children: Tamsin, Alice and Patrick. Margaret Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington Margaret Jays Leben wurde durch ihre langjährigen Erfahrungen in Politik, Wirtschaft, dem öffentlichen Leben und den Medien geprägt. From 1998 she was Leader of the House of Lords, playing a pivotal role in the major reform that led to the removal of most of its hereditary members. After her party's election victory in May 1997, she became Health Spokesman and Minister for Women in the House of Lords. I must say I think Margaret Jay is quite something. She retained her surname from her first marriage. Von 2011 bis 2014 leitete Jay den Sonderausschuss für Verfassungsfragen des Oberhauses. Give good old Wikipedia a great new look: Cover photo is available under {{::mainImage.info.license.name || 'Unknown'}} license. She was co-chair of the cross-party Iraq Commission (along with Tom King and Paddy Ashdown) which was established by the Foreign Policy Centre think-tank and Channel 4. She was appointed a life peer on 29 July 1992 with the title of Baroness Jay of Paddington, of Paddington in the City of Westminster, and acted as an opposition Whip in the House of Lords. Sie war die erste Frau, die als Korrespondentin in der prominenten BBC-Sendung „Panorama“ auftrat. 1 Background; 2 Political career; 3 Personal life; 4 References; 5 Links; Background. Between 1965 and 1977 she held production posts within the BBC, working on current affairs and further education television programmes. Peter Jay was appointed ambassador to the United States by his friend David Owen, Foreign Secretary in her father's government, leading to accusations of nepotism. Margaret Ann Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington, PC (born 18 November 1939) is a British politician for the Labour Party. 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Margaret Ann Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington, PC (née Callaghan; born 18 November 1939), is a British politician for the Labour Party and former BBC television producer and presenter. In 1961, she married fellow journalist Peter Jay, himself a child of political parents: Douglas Jay, Labour MP and president of the Board of Trade, and Margaret (Peggy) Jay, member of the Greater London Council. Margaret Jay, Baroness Jay of Paddington PC ist eine britische Journalistin und Politikerin der Labour Party, die unter anderem Lordsiegelbewahrerin war. Nach dem Wahlsieg der Labour Partei 1997 wurde Baroness Jay zunächst als Gesundheitsministerin in die Regierung von Tony Blair berufen. Would you like Wikipedia to always look as professional and up-to-date?