Name: Duncan Baker
Born: 15 November 1979
Constituency: North Norfolk
Duncan Baker was born on 15 November 1979 in Shrewbury, Shropshire. He attended Gresham’s School, an independent school in Holt. After graduating from Nottingham Trent University he qualified as a Chartered Accounted and worked as a finance director.
Baker is a member of the Conservative Party and his constituency is North Norfolk. He was elected Member of Parliament at the 2019 General Election. He also serves as a district councillor.
Duncan Baker is married to Nina and has two daughters, Isabelle and Eleanor. He lives with his family in Aylmerton.
Prior to 2016, Mr Baker was part of Nigel’s Farage’s Party UKIP. As a Conservative, Mr Baker has made history by being the first party representative to be an MP in North Norfolk in eighteen years.
Last Election Results:
Duncan Baker won 29,792 votes out of a possible 50,523. This represents a 58.6% share in his constituency and a 14,395 majority. There was a voter turnout of 71.9%.
Voting History Snapshot
Voted Aye to the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill: Second Reading
Voted Nay to the Opposition Day debate on homelessness: Mr Corbyn’s motion
Voted Nay to the NHS Funding Bill: Legislative Grand Committee (England) Amendment No. 2
Voted Aye to the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill [Lords]: Second Reading
Voted Aye to the Elections Bill: Instruction
Voted Nay to the Opposition day: EU settlement scheme
Voted Aye to the Abortion (Northern Ireland) Regulations 2021
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