Kenneth Clarke is a British politician from the Conservative Party. He has been nicknamed the ‘Big Beast’ of politics in Britain. He is the longest-serving ‘Member of Parliament’ (MP), also known as ‘father of the House’, since he has been an active politician since 1970. He has held various positions, like ‘Home Secretary’, ‘Education Secretary’, ‘Chancellor of the Exchequer’, ‘Health Secretary’ and even ‘Minister without Portfolio’ in the British cabinet. He is also known by the press as ‘the Prime Minister that never was’. He attained a law degree from ‘Cambridge University’, where he came in contact with several influential future politicians. Thereafter, he entered the world of politics and soon climbed his way up, serving under various Prime Ministers like Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron. It was under Major’s government that he enjoyed much success. He failed to attain the leadership of Conservative Party several times due to his pro-Europe tendencies. His no-deal Brexit efforts led to his ouster from the party and he took a step back from frontline politics. But under the post-Brexit regime, his comeback to mainstream politics seems to be very likely.