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Hubert Hughes

Hubert Hughes
Chief Minister of Anguilla
Assumed office
16 February 2010
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor William Alistair Harrison
Preceded by Osbourne Fleming
In office
16 March 1994 – 6 March 2000
Monarch Elizabeth II
Governor Alan Shave
Alan Hoole
Robert Harris
Roger Cousins (Acting)
Peter Johnstone
Preceded by Emile Gumbs
Succeeded by Osbourne Fleming
Personal details
Born 1933 (age 81–82)
Island Harbour, Anguilla, Anguilla
Political party Anguilla United Movement

Hubert Benjamin Hughes (born 1933) is a politician from Anguilla. He was the island territory's Chief Minister from 16 March 1994 to 6 March 2000 and has held that post again since February 2010.[1]

He has stated his intention to lead the island to separation from the UK. This is despite the fact that European Union assistance funds, and visa-free entry to the US, Canada, EU and islands in the French and Dutch Caribbean such as Saint Martin would stop.[2]


  1. ^ "New Chief Minister sworn in after Anguilla elections".  
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External links

  • Anguilla Express: Economy first major task – Chief Minister-elect Hubert Hughes
Political offices
Preceded by
Emile Gumbs
Chief Minister of Anguilla
Succeeded by
Osbourne Fleming
Preceded by
Osbourne Fleming
Chief Minister of Anguilla
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