Michelle Dewberry

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(broadcaster, politician)
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BornMichelle Louise Faye Dewberry
9 October 1979
Hull, Yorkshire
NationalityBritish
Interests • Brexit
• COVID-19/Resistance
PartyBrexit Party
A British businesswoman, stood now a TV presenter on GB News

Michelle Dewberry is a British businesswoman, politician, presenter, and media personality.

In 2021, she began hosting her own programme on GB News, on which she has dissented from the official narrative around COVID-19.

Early life

Dewberry was born and raised into a working class family on a council estate in Kingston upon Hull, in East Yorkshire. She dealt with significant adversity during her childhood, losing her sister and had suicidal thoughts, which she has been open about.[1]

She started her own business after leaving school.

Career

She won the BBC's Apprentice in 2006.

She stood an an independent at the UK/2017 General Election.

She stood for the Brexit Party at the UK/General election/2019.[2]

She joined GB News when it launched in June 2021, hosting her own show Dewbs and Co.[3]

She announced she would be taking a break on 5 September 2021.[4]

Personal life

On 22 July 2020, Michelle gave birth nine weeks early to her first child, a baby boy.


 

A Quote by Michelle Dewberry

PageQuoteDateSource
"Vaccine passport"““We have no plans to introduce them” said the prime minister (Boris Johnson) when talking about so-called vaccine passports. “I certainly am not planning to issue any vaccine passports and i don't know anyone else in government who would”, said Michael Gove and “no one has been given or will be required to have a vaccine passport” said the man himself, the vaccine's minister Nadhim Zahawi. Now in a slope slipperier than the ones Eddie the Eagle used to chuck himself off, it seems the government have changed their mind. First it was talk of nightclubs or sports events, and now the government is I quote “not ruling out making students be fully vaccinated to attend lectures”.... I guarantee you this is not where it ends.”26 July 2021GB News


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