Nadhim Zahawi

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Name: Nadhim Zahawi

Born: 02 June 1967

Party: Conservative Party

Constituency: Stratford-on-Avon

Nadhim Zahawi was born on 02 June 1967 in Baghdad to Iraqi Kurdish parents. During Saddam Hussein’s reign, his family fled to the UK in 1976 when he was nine. He attended Holland Park School, King’s College School, and then went to University College London where he studied chemical engineering and got a Bachelor of Science degree. He founded the leading market research company YouGov, but dropped out in-order to run in the 2010 elections, in which he became the Conservative MP for Stratford-on-Avon. Currently, he is serving as the Government Secretary of State for Education.


Last Election Results:

Nadhim Zahawi won 33,343 votes out of a possible 55,048. This represents a 60.6% share and a 19,972 majority in his constituency. There was a voter turnout of 74.4%.

Voting History Snapshot

Voted Aye to the Boris Johnson EU withdrawal agreement

Voted Aye to the Public Order Bill: Second Reading

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

Voted Nay to the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill Committee: New Clause 29

Voted Aye to the Elections Bill Third Reading

Contact Details

Phone: 01789 264362 ; 01789 292723


First Floor
3 Trinity Street
CV37 6BL

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