Sir Alex Allan is a well-known civil servant who used to serve as Borris Johnson‘s independent advisor. From November 15, 2007, until the year 2011, he had served as the chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee. Before that, he had served as the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery from August 1, 2004, until November 15, 2007.
|Name||Sir Alex Allan|
|Birthday||February 9, 1951|
|Profession||Civil Servant, Author|
|Education||Harrow School, University of Cambridge’s Clare College, University College London|
He was also the British High Commissioner to Australia back in the year 1997 and served until 1999. Before that, he was elected as the Principal Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. Who is he married to? Nothing has yet been confirmed about Sir Alex Allan’s married life as the man himself has never spoken about his wife in front of the general public.
NEW: Sir Alex Allan resigns as PM’s adviser on the ministerial code. pic.twitter.com/ILjV0Iwoyk
— Joe Pike (@joepike) November 20, 2020
10 Facts on Sir Alex Allan:
- Sir Alex Allan’s father is Robert Allan but there is nothing more to know about his other family members including both his mother as well as his siblings.
- Very recently, Borris Johnson’s Ministerial Standards Sir Alex Allan quit his position over Priti Patel‘s injury and bullying allegations.
- As he was born on February 9, 1951, his current age is exactly 69 years as of the year 2020.
- Talking about his nationality, he is considered to be British as he was born and raised in one of the cities of the United Kingdom.
- However, we have no idea about his ethnicity.
- As of now, Sir Alex has been residing in London, United Kingdom.
- Moving on to his education, he had completed his schooling at Harrow School. Later, he completed his BA degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge‘s Clare College.
- In addition to that, he has an MSc. degree in Statistics from University College London.
- Apart from being just a civil servant, he is best known as an author too. Some of the popular books he has published are E-democracy: A Hansard Society Lecture, Judicial Pensions Scheme 2003-04, and Department for Constitutional Affairs: Departmental Annual Report 2005-06, Oral and Written Evidence.
- Above all, there is nothing to know about Sir Alex’s height, weight, and other body measurements.