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Robert Edward Allaine (b. June 14, 1957) is a Bancairn politician, member of the Conservative Party, thrice member of the House of Commons, twice member of the Chamber, and current President of the Conservative Party.

Early life[]

He was born in Avryham, a town he considers his "natural constituency", since both his Chamber bids placed him first in line as a Senator. His father, James Allaine, was a statistician working for VISA, and his mother, Anna Edwardes, a secretary.

Education and early career[]

Young Robert attended the Avryham high school from 1972 to 1975, and then went on to study law at the Castleton Law School. He was admitted to the Bancairn Bar in 1977.

Avryham City Council[]

In 1982, he was candidate to the Avryham City Council, and became mayor, at the young age of 25. He was re-elected in 1987.

In the House of Commons (1992-2001)[]

In 1992, Allaine was replaced by mayor John Haywell, and ran in the House of Commons for Avryshire. He was elected in 1992, 1995 and 1998.

In the Chamber (2001-2007)[]

He then ran in the Chamber for Avryham District, and was re-elected in 2004.


Presidency of the Conservative Party[]

In March of 2008, the Conservative Party president Paul Pitlake resigned. Robert Allaine became the candidate of the moderate fraction of the Conservatives and won the election in two rounds against Mary Farnham and Thomas Ridd.

Present and future perspectives[]

Allaine is currently envisioning to run for Prime Minister in 2010, though Conservative Party spokespeople have not yet confirmed this information.

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