Stella Judith Creasy is a British Labour and Co-operative politician know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Partner, Children and Salary.
|Birthdate||5 April 1977|
|Age (as of 2021)||44 years|
|Place of Birth||The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Parents||Philip Charles Creasy, Corinna Frances Avril|
|Education||Magdalene College University of Cambridge|
|Profession||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Net Worth||$2.5 million|
Stella Judith Creasy is a British Labour and Co-operative politician who has been Member of Parliament (MP) for the London constituency of Walthamstow since 2010.She served in the frontbench teams of Ed Miliband and Harriet Harman from 2011 to 2015. Following the Labour Party’s defeat at the 2015 general election, Creasy stood in the Labour Party deputy leadership election, finishing second to Tom Watson.
Stella Creasy Family and Parents
Creasy was born on 5 April 1977 in Sutton Coldfield. She is the daughter of Corinna Frances Avril and Philip Charles Creasy, both active Labour Party members; her father is a trained opera singer and her mother a headteacher of a special needs school.After spending her early childhood in the Manchester suburb of Didsbury, her family moved to Colchester where Creasy attended Colchester County High School for Girls, a grammar school.
Although she initially failed the eleven-plus exam, the Creasy family’s move south gave her a second chance.Creasy attended Magdalene College, Cambridge where she read Social and Political Sciences before pursuing postgraduate studies at the London School of Economics.In the 1990s, towards the end of John Major’s period as prime minister, Creasy was an intern at the Fabian Society.
Stella Creasy Husband and Children
Creasy’s partner is Dan Fox, a former director of Labour Friends of Israel.In June 2019, she announced she was pregnant.She gave birth to a daughter in November 2019 and, after campaigning for better maternity rights for MPs, became the first MP to appoint a ‘locum MP’, Kizzy Gardiner, to manage constituency work.In February 2021, announcing her second pregnancy.
Stella Creasy Net Worth
Stella Judith Creasy is a British Labour and Co-operative politician who has been Member of Parliament has an estimated Net Worth around $2.5 million in 2021.
Creasy served as the borough’s deputy mayor and later mayor from 2002 until 2003 and for four months in 2010 prior to her election to the House of Commons.After the retirement of Labour MP, Neil Gerrard, Creasy was selected from an all-female shortlist as the party’s candidate for Walthamstow, and was elected to Parliament at the 2010 general election.She supported David Miliband’s bid for the Labour Party leadership in 2010.
Creasy joined Labour’s frontbench team in October 2011 as Shadow Minister for Crime Prevention.She then served as Shadow Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills from October 2013 to September 2015.In 2014, she was described in an The Independent profile as “one of the brightest lights of Labour’s new generation” though also as “haranguing” and “aggressive”.She supported the No More Page 3 campaign to stop The Sun newspaper from publishing pictures of topless glamour models.
Creasy was re-elected at the 2015 general election with a substantially increased majority, securing a 17% increase in the share of the vote. Following the Labour Party’s defeat in the election, she stood in the Labour Party deputy leadership election.She stated she was prepared to work with any of the candidates for the party leadership, including Jeremy Corbyn, saying, “that process of rebuilding isn’t about any one person it’s about all of us. It’s written on the back of our membership card that we achieve more together than we do alone.”
She gained 26% of the vote and finished second to Tom Watson. She did not back any of the final four leadership candidates.She later became a vocal critic of Corbyn and said the party under his leadership was “running on empty”.She supported Owen Smith in the failed attempt to replace Corbyn in the 2016 Labour Party leadership election.Also in 2016, she criticised Corbyn after he endorsed decriminalisation of the sex industry and accused left-wing campaign group Momentum of being more interested in “meetings and moralising” than real campaigning.
At the 2017 general election, her majority increased again, with a 12% increase in the share of the vote. She argued in September 2018 that misogyny should be made a hate crime. In June 2019, she described the culture of the Labour movement as toxic.Later that year, she was protected from a potential trigger ballot and deselection by her local party as she was on maternity leave.