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John Redwood arrives at Gordon Ramsay's temporary restaurant in Brick Lane, east London, for 'Hell's Kitchen', the ITV reality cooking show with celebrities manning the kitchen . Hosted by Angus Deayton, the show sees the worst chefs voted off by the public. 09/09/04: The former Welsh Secretary's return to the shadow cabinet after four years on the backbenches Thursday September 9, 2004 is a remarkable comeback for the right-winger with formidable intellectual firepower. He has already had two failed attempts at winning the Tory leadership, to John Major in 1995 and William Hague in 1997.

John Redwood arrives at Gordon Ramsay's temporary restaurant in Brick Lane, east London, for 'Hell's Kitchen', the ITV reality cooking show with celebrities manning the kitchen . Hosted by Angus Deayton, the show sees the worst chefs voted off by the public. 09/09/04: The former Welsh Secretary's return to the shadow cabinet after four years on the backbenches Thursday September 9, 2004 is a remarkable comeback for the right-winger with formidable intellectual firepower. He has already had two failed attempts at winning the Tory leadership, to John Major in 1995 and William Hague in 1997. Stock Photo
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PA Images / Alamy Stock Photo

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G713X9

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7.4 MB (0.2 MB Compressed download)

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1294 x 2000 px | 21.9 x 33.9 cm | 8.6 x 13.3 inches | 150dpi

Date taken:

June 2, 2004

Location:

London UK

Photographer:

Edmond Terakopian

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John Redwood arrives at Gordon Ramsay's temporary restaurant in Brick Lane, east London, for 'Hell's Kitchen', the ITV reality cooking show with celebrities manning the kitchen . Hosted by Angus Deayton, the show sees the worst chefs voted off by the public. 09/09/04: The former Welsh Secretary's return to the shadow cabinet after four years on the backbenches Thursday September 9, 2004 is a remarkable comeback for the right-winger with formidable intellectual firepower. He has already had two failed attempts at winning the Tory leadership, to John Major in 1995 and William Hague in 1997.

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