Rosie Duffield is a British Labour Party Member of Parliament know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Husband, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate ( Age)||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Place of Birth||1 July 1971|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Profession||British Labour Party Member of Parliament|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
Rosemary Clare Duffield is a British Labour Party Member of Parliament (MP) for Canterbury since 2017.On her election, she was appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to Dawn Butler, the Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities. In July 2017, she appeared on RT, a television network funded by the Russian government. Duffield apologised to the LGBT+ community for her appearance.
Rosie Duffield Family and Parents
Rosemary Clare Duffield was born on 1 July 1971 in Norwich, Norfolk, England and later moved to South East London where her father worked as an anti-terrorism Police Officer. She left school at the age of 16 and completed an administration apprenticeship at Guy’s Hospital. She then attended a further education college. She moved to Canterbury in 1998 and worked as a teaching assistant, before becoming briefly a political satire writer.
Rosie Duffield Husband and Children
Duffield is in a relationship with television producer James Routh and has two sons from a past relationship. During a debate on the Domestic Abuse Bill on 2 October 2019, using parliamentary privilege, she spoke of suffering domestic abuse from her fiancé in a previous relationship in late 2017.
Rosie Duffield Net Worth
Rosemary Clare Duffield is a British Labour Party Member of Parliament has an estimated Net Worth Arround $2 Million in 2022.
Duffield was elected to parliament in the 2017 general election with a majority of 187, defeating the incumbent Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Julian Brazier.Brazier had been its MP since 1987 and the constituency had been represented by a Conservative since its creation in 1918.
On her election, she was appointed Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to Dawn Butler, the Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities. On 13 June 2018, Duffield was one of six MPs to resign from the Opposition frontbench to vote in favour of remaining in the single market by joining the European Economic Area, as the party had instructed its MPs to abstain.In parliament, she has sat on the Women and Equalities Committee, and sits on the Work and Pensions Select Committee since June 2018.
In July 2017, she appeared on RT, a television network funded by the Russian government. Duffield apologised to the LGBT+ community for her appearance.She was criticised by some local party members for her attendance.In July 2019 the chair of her constituency Labour Party said her language was “incredibly reckless” after she agreed with a remark by the Chair of the Jewish Labour Movement that Labour “probably is” institutionally anti-Semitic.
On 14 April 2020, Duffield was appointed a Labour whip by new Labour leader Keir Starmer.In May 2020, she resigned from the position after breaking COVID-19 lockdown rules when she met her married partner whilst they were living in separate households. Duffield apologised and said she accepted her actions constituted a breach of the guidance at the time.