Bill Howlett, Baron Howlett of Stanhill

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The Right Honourable

The Lord Howlett
20th Prime Minister of Guelphia
In office
13 March 2000 – 15 March 2004
Monarch James II
Deputy Matthew Jones
Preceded by John Tudor
Succeeded by Jim Goodwin
Personal details
Born (1951-09-06) 6 September 1951 (age 67)
Kingsbury, CENT
Political party      Democratic
Religion Christian (Roman Catholic)

The Right Honourable William (Bill) Michael Howlett, Baron Howlett of Stanhill CG KM EC (born 6 September 1951), was the 20th Prime Minister of Guelphia, serving from March 2000 until March 2004.

Despite being a well respected public figure, Howlett's term as Prime Minister is not fondly remembered, with economic crises and scandals dominating the government for its single term in office. The Howlett government was in power during a time of economic instability, giving it little opportunity for pursuing a reform agenda it saw as necessary.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Una Clements
Leader of the Opposition
1998 – 2000
Succeeded by
Jim Goodwin
Preceded by
John Tudor
Prime Minister of Guelphia
2000 – 2004
Party political offices
Preceded by
Una Clements
Leader of the Democratic Party
1996 – 2004
Succeeded by
Matthew Jones
Peerage of Guelphia
New creation Baron Howlett of Stanhill
2012 – present
Mary Howlett