Esther McVey

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(journalist, politician)
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Esther McVey on ITV's Good Morning Britain
BornEsther Louise McVey
24 October 1967
Liverpool, England
NationalityBritish
Alma materQueen Mary University of London
Member ofInter-Parliamentary Alliance on China
InterestsCOVID-19/Resistance
PartyConservative Party
British MP, former minister and newsreader. A part of the COVID-19/Resistance.

Employment.png UK/Minister of State for Housing Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
24 July 2019 - 13 February 2020
Appointed byBoris Johnson
Sacked just before COVID

Employment.png Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
8 January 2018 - 15 November 2018
Appointed byTheresa May
Succeeded byAmber Rudd
Resigned over Brexit

Employment.png Member of Parliament for Tatton

In office
2017 - Present

Esther McVey is a British member of parliament. She has been a member of the British Cabinet.

Early career

Worked as a newsreader.

Political career

Elected to Parliament in 2010.

Lost seat in 2015.

She was a strong advocate of Brexit.

Returned to parliament in 2017.

Ran for leadership to replace Theresa May, finished in last place.

She was sacked as a minister by Boris Johnson in February 2020.

She started working on GB News in July 2021. She attacked the UK Government's self-isolation in schools policy..[1]

Opinions

Esther McVey's Instagram story, showing her anti-lockdown article for the Sunday Express on Sunday 5th September 2021.

Esther opposes Covid lockdown measures. For this she has been labelled a "science denier".



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