Munira Wilson

By David Woolfall -, CC BY 3.0,

Name: Munira Wilson

Born: 26 April 1978

Party: Liberal Democrats

Constituency: Twickenham

Munira Wilson is a British politician who was born on 26 April 1978 to parents of East African Indian heritage. Wilson grew up in London where she attended Henrietta Barnett School and later studied at St Catharine’s College in Cambridge from 1996 to 2000. She graduated with a degree in Modern Languages specializing in French and German, and was an English assistant in secondary schools. 

After graduating, she was employed as a tax consultant with Ernst & Young and went to work for the Liberal Democrats. In terms of her political career, Wilson served as a councillor from 2006 to 2010. She was eventually selected in 2019 as a replacement for Sir Vince Cable in Twickenham constituency. 


Standing up for Twickenham

Last Election Results:

Munira Wilson won 36,166 votes out of a possible 64,503. This represents a 56.2% share and a 14,121 majority in her constituency. There was a voter turnout of 76%.

Voting History Snapshot

Voted Nay to the Boris Johnson EU withdrawal agreement

Voted Nay to the Public Order Bill: Second Reading

Voted Nay to the Elections Bill: Government Motion to disagree to Lords Amendment 86

Voted Nay to the Health and Care Bill: Motion to insist on disagreement with LA 80

Voted Aye to the Opposition Day: P&O Ferries and Employment Rights

Contact Details

Phone: 020 8977 0606


15 Richmond Road

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