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Peter Slipper

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Date of Birth February 14, 1950
Age 72 years, 3 months, 21 days
Place of Birth Ipswich
Country United Kingdom
Profession farmer
Horoscope Aquarius

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SpouseInge Jane-Hall
Children(s)Alexandra Slipper, Nicholas Slipper

Peter Slipper Biography

Peter Slipper is a famous Farmer, who was born on February 14, 1950 in United Kingdom. Peter Neil Slipper (born 14 February 1950) is a former Australian politician who served in the House of Representatives from 1984 to 1987 and from 1993 to 2013, representing the Division of Fisher in Queensland. He was Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2011 to 2012. He is the current Bishop in Australia for the Catholic Apostolic Church of Australia (ICAB) a mission of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church (Igreja Católica Apostólica Brasileira) and an honorary consul for Brazil in Australia. According to Astrologers, Peter Slipper's zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Slipper was married to his first wife, Lyn (née Hooper), for 15 years. The couple had two children together. They remained on good terms after their divorce. Her father, Max Hooper, was a member of the Parliament of Queensland. and a minister in the National Party government of that state. In 2006, Slipper married Inge Hall at a high-profile ceremony attended by many of his parliamentary colleagues.

Slipper was government whip from 1997 to 1998, parliamentary secretary to the Minister for Finance and Administration from 1998 to 2004 and parliamentary secretary to the prime minister from 2002 to 2003.

In 2008, Slipper was ordained as a priest of the Anglican Catholic Church in Australia, a member church of the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) and considered part of the international Continuing Anglican movement. He was ordained by Archbishop John Hepworth and served as chancellor. The ordination was controversial to some as Slipper has no formal theological training and he was ordained without the knowledge of the wider TAC clergy. He was also the chancellor of the TAC, having succeeded Michael Atkinson, but resigned from this position in August 2012.

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By this time, it became apparent that Slipper would lose his LNP endorsement for the next election. With this in mind, Labor believed that Slipper was a potential “weak link” in the Coalition, and sought to use him to bolster its parliamentary standing. On 28 September 2010, Slipper accepted Labor’s nomination to serve as Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives and was elected to that position by 78 votes to 71, defeating the Coalition nominee, Bruce Scott of the National Party. In December 2010, Brough confirmed his intention to seek preselection, by running against Slipper.

Peter Slipper Net Worth

Peter Slipper is one of the richest Farmer & listed on most popular Farmer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Peter Slipper net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Peter Slipper Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeFarmer
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.

Slipper first won Fisher as a National Party candidate in 1984. The once safely conservative seat had become somewhat more marginal after a redistribution pushed the seat into the outer suburbs of Brisbane. During his first term, Slipper was a staunch supporter of the “Joh for Canberra” campaign. He was narrowly defeated in 1987 by Labor’s Michael Lavarch. However, a redistribution in 1993 made Fisher notionally Liberal. Slipper sought to retake his old seat, this time as a Liberal, and won.

By this time, it became apparent that Slipper would lose his LNP endorsement for the next election. With this in mind, Labor believed that Slipper was a potential “weak link” in the Coalition, and sought to use him to bolster its parliamentary standing. On 28 September 2010, Slipper accepted Labor’s nomination to serve as Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives and was elected to that position by 78 votes to 71, defeating the Coalition nominee, Bruce Scott of the National Party. In December 2010, Brough confirmed his intention to seek preselection, by running against Slipper.

On 14 August 2010, just as the travel abuse allegations were gaining momentum, it was revealed in the Sunshine Coast Daily that a move had been made to attempt to disendorse Slipper in favour of former MP Mal Brough for his seat of Fisher at the next election. However this move was rejected due to an agreement between the Liberal and National parties about guaranteed endorsement for existing candidates.

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Slipper is originally from Ipswich, Queensland, and studied arts and law at the University of Queensland. He worked as a lawyer and farmer before entering politics. Slipper was first elected to parliament at the age of 34, standing as a member of the National Party. He was narrowly defeated after one term, but reclaimed the seat at the 1993 election as a member of the Liberal Party. During the Howard Government, he served as a government whip and a junior member of the ministry as a parliamentary secretary now designated as assistant ministers.

In 2010 Slipper drew significant local and national media attention over the alleged overuse of his parliamentary travel entitlements. Slipper denied any claim of abuse and it was reported in the local newspaper, Sunshine Coast Daily, that “…. (Slipper had said) nearly every incident was a consequence of either a misunderstanding or a disputable interpretation of the rules.” The Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, initially backed Slipper, perhaps due to fact that Slipper had voted for Abbott for the Liberal leadership in December 2009 which Abbott had won by one vote, but later publicly stated that it was up to each member to adhere to the rules regarding entitlements.

Who is Peter Slipper dating?

According to our records, Peter Slipper married to Inge Jane-Hall. As of December 2021, Peter Slipper’s is not dating anyone.

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In September 2011, Slipper raised concerns of alleged branch stacking by Brough, and there was growing pressure over how the LNP would determine preselection of candidates for the seat of Fisher, with Slipper threatening to resign from the party if not re-endorsed.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Farmer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Peter Slipper celebrates birthday on February 14 of every year.

In November 2011, Harry Jenkins, a member of the Australian Labor Party, unexpectedly resigned as 26th Speaker of the House of Representatives. Slipper was nominated unopposed and installed as Speaker on 24 November 2011. As a member of the opposition, Slipper’s acceptance of Labor’s nomination as Speaker was considered a “renegade” action and opposition leader Tony Abbott threatened to expel him from the Liberal Party for his action. Slipper resigned from the Liberal National Party on taking the Speaker’s seat and continued in parliament as an independent representative.

Concerned about the damage to the LNP’s reputation in the electorate, in March 2011 a motion was moved at the party’s Federal Divisional Council “that this Council notes the actions of the Member for Fisher in accepting nomination by the Labor Party for the position of Deputy Speaker and competing for this position in opposition to Mr Bruce Scott MP nominated for this position by the coalition parties and expresses its concern over the ongoing negative publicity directed at the Member for Fisher and the resulting damage to the Liberal National Party and requests the Applicant Review Committee to take note and take action as deemed appropriate”. According to media reports, the matter was deferred without discussion to the party’s state director.

Slipper announced his resignation in Parliament on 9 October 2012. Earlier in the day a motion of no confidence was defeated by one vote (69/70). However, key independent members Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott, despite voting against the earlier no confidence motion, later informed Slipper that they could not continue to support him as Speaker given the damning text messages. Slipper later entered Parliament and, when announcing his resignation, said:

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