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 STOKE-ON-TRENT, NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME, STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS, SOUTH CHESHIRE

Karen receives Damehood in New Year’s Honours




Moorlands MP, Karen Bradley has been honoured with a Damehood for public and political service in the King’s New Year’s Honours.

 

Karen has been MP for the Staffordshire Moorlands since 2010 and has served under different Prime Ministers as a Government Whip, Minister in the Home Office, Culture Secretary and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

 

More recently as a backbench MP, Karen is Chair of the Procedure Committee and the British Group of the Inter-Parliamentary Union representing the UK Parliament both at home and abroad. Karen also continues with her work on modern slavery and human trafficking and is a trustee of the Human Trafficking Foundation and the Arise Foundation.

 

Karen said,

 

“I am incredibly humbled to receive this Honour from the King. It is a real privilege to be a Member of Parliament and I went into politics to make a difference and be a loud voice for people in the place I love and call home.

 

“I am absolutely delighted to receive this Damehood, the Honour is for my family too and I would like to thank them for all their support over the years.”

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