“Three things tell a man: his eyes, his friends and his favorite quotes.”
Peter Mandelson (British Politician)
Date of Birth:
12 October 1953
Peter Benjamin Mandelson is the current British Commissioner of the European Union for Trade. Before taking this post, he was a British Labour politician, and served as Member of Parliament for Hartlepool for twelve years. He is widely regarded as one of the main architects of the modern Labour Party and its re-branding as "New Labour". He twice resigned from the cabinet of Tony Blair's government. Before Labour came to power, he was author of The Blair Revolution ; more recently he contributed to the book The City in Europe and the World .