Name: Dame Rosie Winterton
Born: 10 August 1958
Party: Labour Party
Constituency: Doncaster Central
Dame Rosie Winterton was born on 10 August 1958 and raised in Doncaster. She was educated at Doncaster Grammar School and later was enrolled at Hull University, where she received a BA Honors in History. She once served as head of Office for John Prescott MP, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1994 to 1997. In 1997, she became the MP for Doncaster and held several ministerial positions which include being Minister of State for Local Government, Minister at the Department of Health, Minister of State for Regional Economic Development and Co-ordination, and Minister for Yorkshire and the Humbler. From 2010 to 2016, she was Opposition Chief Whip, and in June 2017, she was elected as a Deputy Speaker.
Last Election Results:
Rosie Winterton won 16,638 votes out of a possible 41,581. This represents a 40.0% share and a 2,278 majority in her constituency. There was a voter turnout of 58.2%.
Voting History Snapshot
Voted Nay to the Boris Johnson EU withdrawal agreement
Voted Aye to the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: Committee of the Whole House: Sir Edward Davey’s New Clause 29
Voted Aye to the Unaccompanied Children in Greece and Italy
Voted Aye to the Opposition Motion: Effect of the UK leaving the EU on the rural economy
Voted Aye to the Opposition Motion: NHS and social care funding
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