Horoscope: Virgo Keir Starmer Early Life Keir Starmer, born 2 September 1962, was elected Labour MP for Holborn and St Pancras on May 7th 2015 with 29062 votes, taking 52.9% of the vote. Prior to becoming a politician, Keir studied to be a barrister, and during his career he focused in particular on figthing the death penalty and torture around the world: in 2005 he persuaded the House of Lords that evidence obtained by torture should be inadmissible in court. Acting in several appeals to the Privy Council for defendants who had been sentenced to death in Caribbean countries, his
Born in London in 1953, the daughter of immigrants, Diane Julie Abbott attended Harrow County grammar school, where she acted in a play opposite Michael Portillo, later to become a leading Conservative. After school, Ms Abbott went on on to Newnham College, Cambridge, graduating with a history degree. She then worked at the Home Office, followed by a stint as a civil liberties campaigner and some time as a breakfast TV reporter.
David Lammy was born in Tottenham in 19 July 1972. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 1994, practised as a barrister in England and the United States and became the first black Briton to study a Masters in Law at Harvard Law School, graduating in 1997. David Lindon Lammy Biography and Profile.
John Major was born on 29th March 1943, the son of Tom Ball, known as Tom Major, and Gwen Major. Following Margaret Thatcher, John Major became UK Prime Minister. The label of ‘Tory sleaze’ stuck and lost John Major’s government further credibility. The economy picked up after leaving the Exchange Rate Mechanism, and, under John Major, the beginning of Britain’s longest period of continuous economic growth began. Sir John Major Biography and Profile.
She did not have a privileged upbringing and never went to public school or university. “From the beginning of my working life I’ve always stood up for working people, first as a Trade Union rep representing care workers and then as a regional union official.” In 2015, Angela Rayner became the first woman MP in the 180-year history of her Ashton-under-Lyne constituency. Angela Rayner Biography and Profile.
Rebecca Long-Bailey, born 22 September 1979. She grew up by Old Trafford football ground in Manchester and began her working life serving at the counter of a pawn shop, according to her website. Rebecca Long-Bailey, the self-styled socialist has been described as a “rising star”, which is somewhat of an understatement. Rebecca Long-Bailey Biography.
Priti Patel was born 29 March, 1972, in London to Gujarati parents who fled Uganda in the 1960s. She attended a comprehensive school in Watford before studying economics at Keele University. She completed her postgraduate studies at the University of Essex. riti Patel was first elected as the first Member of Parliament for the Witham constituency in May 2010, Priti was subsequently re-elected in May 2015 and in 2017. She was Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury from July 2014 to May 2015. Priti Patel Biography and Profile.
Boris Johnson (Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson) born 19 June 1964, a British politician, journalist. Johnson’s maternal grandfather was the lawyer Sir James Fawcett. Johnson’s paternal great-grandfather was Circassian-Turkish journalist Ali Kemal who was a secular Muslim; his father’s other ancestry includes English and French, including descent from King George II of Great Britain. Johnson’s mother was Charlotte Fawcett; an artist from a family of liberal intellectuals, she had married Stanley in 1963, prior to their move to the U.S. She is the granddaughter of Elias Avery Lowe, a palaeographer, who was a Russian Jewish immigrant to the U.S., and Helen Tracy Lowe-Porter, a translator of Thomas Mann. Boris Johnson Biography and Profile.
Horoscope: Sagittarius Sajid Javid Early Life Born 5 December 1969 in Rochdale and raised in Bristol. His father, Abdul, arrived in Britain in 1961 with £1 in his pocket. He settled in Rochdale in the northwest of England, working first in a cotton mill and then as a bus driver. The family later moved to Bristol, a city in the southwest, where Javid and his four brothers shared a two-bedroom flat above the shop their parents had taken over. Sajid Javid was appointed Home Secretary on 30 April 2018. He was Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government