Lord Drayson Goes Racing

November 7th, 2007 § 0 comments


Defence Minister Lord Drayson has taken a “leave of absence” from the government in a bid to take part in the world-famous 24-hour Le Mans race.

The millionaire businessman, who in 2004 was Labour’s biggest individual donor, made his fortune in the technology sector.


In 1993 he co-founded PowderJect Pharmaceuticals plc in Oxford which specialised in the production of vaccines, and was Chief Executive until 2003 when PowderJect was acquired by Chiron Corp.

Drayson has been involved in public controversy on two occasions:

mmm. once is chance, twice is coincidence, will there be a third time?


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