Jump to content

Natalie Clarke

Labour
  • Posts

    4
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Natalie Clarke

  1. Mr. Speaker, I welcome the announcement by the Deputy Prime Minister. I would like to echo the Government's statement that LGBTQ people should not face stigmatisation as a result of this outbreak. This is a public health issue that requires a further expansion of vaccine production and implementation. However, while I support the Government's effort to acquire the Imvanex vaccine over the ACAM2000 vaccine. However, I think it's important to note is the Government working with our allies in the US and in Europe to expand the production of the Imvanex jab, as the vaccine already had significant demand around the world before this outbreak? Preventing a major vaccine shortage will be important to help contain the spread of the virus.
  2. Name: Natalie Clarke Avatar: Annalena Baerbock Age: 40 Sex: Female Ethnicity: White Welsh Marital Status: Married (3 kids) Sexual Orientation: Straight Party: Labour Political Outlook: Somewhere on the border of Open Labour and Brownites Constituency: Swansea West Year Elected: 2015 Education: Comprehensive School in Cardiff, LL.B in Criminal Justice from Oxford, LL.M from Cambridge Career: Became a Barrister at the Gray's Temple in 2006. Became a member of the Doughty Street Chambers that same year primarily working on Criminal Justice cases. Political Career: No additional beyond just being an MP. Natalie was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1981. Her parents were both schoolteachers at a small school comprehensive school. At school, she was taught in both English and Welsh. Natalie campaigned alongside her parents in the 1997 UK election and Welsh devolution referendums. At Oxford, Natalie was a member of Labour Students. During her time in school and serving as a volunteer in the 2001 and 2005 election, her early political life was influenced by the popularity of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Overtime she began to fall more into the Brownite branch of the New Labour movement. In the 2010 Labour leadership election she supported and campaigned for Ed Miliband. Natalie was selected to run for the seat of Swansea West during the lead up to the 2015 election. During the subsequent leadership election, she nominated Yvette Cooper. Natalie campaigned in her constituency to remain in the European Union, and after the election has favored a soft Brexit and preventing a no-deal brexit (to the extent a backbencher could). During the 2016 leadership election she endorsed Owen Smith. Clarke voted in favor of any motion that blocked a no deal brexit including the vote on the 13th of March 2019. She voted with the whip on the indicative votes on the 1st of April 2019. During the 2020 Labour leadership election she supported Sir Keir Starmer. Natalie has three children with her husband Charles who works as a solicitor in Cardiff, her children names are Webster (12), Emma (10), and Robin (7). The family has three pets, a grey and white cat named Lucky and a Welsh Corgi named Luna.
×
×
  • Create New...