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David Durie

For the English footballer, see Dave Durie.

Sir David Robert Campbell Durie KCMG (born 1944) is a retired British civil servant, whose last major public appointment was as Governor of Gibraltar.

Career

Durie joined the Ministry of Technology in 1966 before going on to work in various posts at the OECD, the Cabinet Office and the Department of Trade and Industry. In 1991 be became Minister and Deputy UK Permanent Representative to the European Community in Brussels and in 1995 he returned to the Department of Trade & Industry before leaving the Home Civil Service in 2000.

He served as Governor of Gibraltar from 2000 to 2003.

He is married to Susan and has three daughters.

He is currently a member of the National Archives Advisory Council.[1]

References

External links

  • Durie family web site
Government offices
Preceded by
Sir Richard Luce
Governor of Gibraltar
2000–2003
Succeeded by
Sir Francis Richards
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