Jeremy Wright

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Name: Jeremy Paul Wright

Born: 24 October 1972

Party: Conservative Party

Constituency: Kenilworth and Southam

Jeremy Paul Wright was born on 24 October 1972 in Tauton, Somerset. Both his parents were teachers and this was very influential in making him an academic. MP Wright was educated at Taunton School and Trinity School in New York City, and attained a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Exeter. In his practice, he specialized in criminal law before being elected to parliament in 2005. His first election involved a seat of Rugby and Kenilworth, and in 2010, he retained the newly formed Kenilworth and Southam constituency.

He previously held government posts which include Opposition Whip (2007), Government Whip (2010-2012), and holding the office of Lord Commissioner of the Treasury.


Last Election Results:

Jeremy Wright won 30,351votes out of a possible 52,597. This represents a 57.7% share and a 20,353 majority in his constituency. There was a voter turnout of 77.2%.

Voting History Snapshot

Voted Aye to the Brexit Deal

Voted Aye to the Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill: Second Reading

Voted Nay to the Public Order Bill: Reasoned Amendments to Second Reading

Voted Aye to the Heath and Care Bill: motion to disagree with Lords Amendment 90

Voted Nay to the Opposition Day: Value Added Tax on household energy bills

Contact Details

Phone: 01926 853650


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Smalley Place

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