Bill Walker (Scottish Conservative politician)
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William Connoll Walker (born 20 February 1929, Dundee), known as Bill Walker, is the former deputy chairman of the Scottish Conservative Party. He was a member of Parliament from 1979 to 1997 and one of the Maastricht Rebels against the embattled administration of John Major during the mid-1990s. He never held any office in government.
Bill Walker began his cadet career in 1942 with 1707 (Dundee) Squadron of the Air Training Corps (ATC). Joining the organisation just a year after its inception, Walker continued his affinity with the air cadets ever since. He went on to spend a total of nine years in full-time regular RAF service, doing National Service including tours in the Middle East and later started the new Central Gliding School as a Flight Lieutenant. He has since held several different roles, many of which featured within the Air Cadet gliding fraternity, the largest gliding organisation in the world, culminating in his appointment in the 1990s as President of Air Cadet Gliding and in 2011 becoming the first officer of the RAFVR(T) to be appointed to the rank of Group Captain.〔http://www.raf.mod.uk/aircadets/newsandevents/index.cfm?storyid=BEB81940-5056-A318-A8011C86176B796D〕
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