William Van Straubenzee

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William Van Straubenzee (1924-1999) was a Conservative politician.[1]

He served as a Minister of State in the Northern Ireland Office from 5 November 1972 to 4 March 1974.[2] He presided over a committee on employment discrimination which eventually led to the creation of the Fair Employment Agency.[3]


  1. William Van Straubenzee, The Independent, 8 November 2009.
  2. David Butler and Gareth Butler, Twentieth Century British Political Facts 1900-2000, Macmillan, 2000, p.34.
  3. W.D Flackes, & Sydney Elliott, Northern Ireland: A Political Directory 1968-88, Blackstaff Press, 1989, p.292.