About Theodore Pearson
Theodore Pearson was a British politician who served as a Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party from 1983 to 1997. He was born in London on April 15th, 1945 and attended the University of Oxford where he studied law. After graduating, he worked as a barrister before entering politics.
Pearson’s political career began in 1983 when he was elected to represent the constituency of North West Norfolk in the House of Commons. During his time in Parliament, Pearson championed several causes including education reform and environmental protection. He also served on numerous committees such as the Select Committee on Education and Science and the Select Committee on Environment.
In addition to his work in Parliament, Pearson was an active member of several charities including Save The Children and The National Trust. He also served as Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children’s Rights from 1993 to 1997.
Pearson retired from politics in 1997 but remained active in public life until his death at age 73 on October 2nd 2018. Throughout his life, Pearson was known for his commitment to social justice and dedication to improving the lives of those less fortunate than himself. His legacy will live on through his many contributions to British society both during and after his time in office.