Name: Victoria Atkins
Born: 22 March 1976
Constituency: Louth and Horncastle.
Victoria Atkins was born on born 22 March 1976. She has been the Conservative MP for Louth and Horncastle since 2015. Before becoming an MP, Victoria worked as a fraud barrister. She follows in her father, Sir Robert Atkins’ footsteps in being an MP for the Conservatives. 2017 saw her take up the role of Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Safeguarding at the Home Office as part of Theresa May’s government. This is a post that she continued to hold when the Boris Johnson administration started their tenure.
Atkins went to a coeducational independent school in Blackpool before studying law at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Victoria currently holds two posts in the Ministry of Justice. She is the Minister for Afghan Resettlement and the Minister of State.
Last Election Results:
Victoria Atkins won 38,021 votes out of a possible 53,332. This represents a 72.7% majority in her constituency. There was a voter turnout of 65.7%.
Voting History Snapshot
Voted Aye to the Nationality and Borders Bill: Second Reading.
Voted Aye to the Treasury update on international aid
Voted Nay to the Opposition day: EU settlement scheme
Voted Aye to the Budget Motion 38: Capital Gains Tax
Voted Nay to the Opposition Day: Disability Employment Gap
Voted Aye to the UK’s Nuclear Deterrent
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