Anna Soubry Biography
Anna Soubry is a British barrister, journalist, and former politician. She was a member of parliament for Broxtowe from 2010 to 2019. Anna is well known for her support of pro-European policies. Still on that Anna was originally elected as a Conservative but left the party to join Change UK in the year 2019.
Anna Soubry Age
She was born on 7 December 1956, in Lincoln, England. She is currently 66 years old.
Anna Soubry Height
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Anna Soubry Family
She was born in Lincoln country hospital, where her mother Frances Soubry did work. Anna was raised in Nottinghamshire.
However, her father was David Soubry, who has his own garage.
Anna Soubry Education Background
From 1968 to 1970, Soubry attended the Henry Hartland Grammar School. However, she remained at the school until 1975. Later she joined the Conservative Party.
Then in the 1970s, She was involved in student politics. Thereafter she became the only Conservative member of the National Union of Students executive committee.
Later after Anna graduated, she left the sole Conservative Party member of the National Union of Students.
Anna Soubry Career
From 1981 to 1995, Anna was a journalist. She reported on and presented several regional and networked TV programs. They include central television, Grampian television, and Granada television in the late 1980s.
Later on, in October 2013, she returned to Liverpool’s, Albert Dock. For This Morning’s 25 anniversary party.
Soubry was the Conservative Party candidate for the Gedling constituency in Nottinghamshire, this was during the 2005 general election.
Then in 2006, she was selected as a Conservative candidate for the nearby Broxtowe constituency. Moreover, in the 2010 general election, Soubry was elected to the parliament.
later Soubry joined the Scottish Affairs Committee, this was in November 2016. Furthermore, in the 2017 general election, she retained her seat with a reduced majority. This was a record turnout of 75%, despite receiving the highest percentage share and number of votes for a Conservative Party candidate in Broxtowe.
However, in the 2019 general election, she loses her seat to the Conservative Party candidate.
Soubry met the transport minister Norman Baker in Jun 2010, she called for the 400,000,000 extensions to the Nottingham Express Transit tram system to be scrapped.
In July 2013, Anna criticized Nottingham City Council leader Jon Collins. This was over his refusal to meet her and others to discuss compensation for shops and businesses. However, Collins subsequently agreed to meet her. Then the outcome was a review of the compensation packages available for affected businesses.
Soubry welcomed the announcement of the proposed High Speed 2 East, in January 2013. She has held a number of public meetings on the issues.
She voiced criticism in August 2013 over plans to not hold a public consultation meeting in the constituency.
In addition, as Public Health Minister, Anaa supported plans for a change in the law to allow HIV home-testing kits.
She is a strong supporter of Britain remaining in the European Union.
Later on 20 February 2019, she resigned from the Conservative Party. And she joined The Independent Group.
Anaa Soubry Net Worth
Soubry is a British barrister, journalist, and former politician whose net worth is approximately $ 5 mullion and $10 Million.
She gets a salary of $ 32,000 per month.
Anna Soubry Husband
She had a husband John Gordon, but they divorced in 1987. Later she was married to Richard Holloway. However, they divorced in 1994.
Anna Soubry Children
Soubry has two daughters.