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|Education||Lady Margaret Hall|
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|Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom since 2015|
|Prime minist||Boris Johnson|
|Previous position||Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury of United Kingdom (2021–2022)|
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Helen Whately Life story
Helen Olivia Bicknell Whately is a British politician serving as Minister of State for Social Care since October 2022, and previously from 2020 to 2021. She also served as Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury from 2021 to 2022.
Early Life and EducationHelen whately is a member of parliament of the united kingdoms. He was born in 1979 and grew up in oxfordshire. England. She attended st. Mary s ocnvent school in oxford and later on graduated from the university of manchester with a degree in politics. Philosophy and economics.
Political CareerWhately was elected as the member of parliament for afversham and mid kent in 2015. She is a member of the conservative paryt and currently serves as a deputy chief whip in the house of commons. She has also served on the public accounts committee. The health and social care select committee and the treasury select committee.
Public AppearancesWhately has made numerous public papearances and speeches. She has spoken at various conferences and events. Including the conservative party conference. The institute of directors. And the women s institute. She has also been a guest on bbc radio 4 s today programme and sky news. Where she disucssde the government s response to the covid-19 pandemic.
Legislative WorkWhately has been involved in the passage of legislation reltaed to healthcare. Pensions. Education. And housing. She also supported the introduction of a national living wage and fought to ensure that the uk s long-term aid cmomitment to developing countries was met.
Important EventIn 2019. Whately was appointed a minister of state for health and social care. A position she hedl nutil 2020. In this role. She was responsible for overseeing the government s response to the covid-19 pandemic.
Interesting FactWhately is an avid runner and has completed a number of marathons and half-marathons. She is also a eken supporter of the arts. And is a patron of the kent music school and a member of the royal acadmey of arts.
Personal LifeWhately is married with two children and lives in faversham. She is a comimtted christian and is involved in her locla church.
Political ViewsWhately is a self-described one nation conservative who suppotrs the traditional conservative values of personal responsibility. Economic freedoma. Nd a strong sense of national identity. She is a strong supporter of the nhs. And has campaigned for greater access to mental health services.
Charitable WorkWhately is a trustee of the charity abundant life uganda. Which provides education and vocational training to young people in uganda. She is also the chair of the faversham community centre. Which supports local organisations and individuals in faversham.
HonoursIn 2018. Whately was awarded the freedom of the city of london. She has been recognised for her work in parliament and her charitable endeavours. And was made an honorary docotr of laws by the university of eknt in 2019.
Lucy Letby: What happens next with inquiry, prison and police review
... Health minister Helen Whately said the decision not to grant statutory powers meant the inquiry could be conducted " at pace"...
Social care reform funding halved for England, government confirms
... Social care minister Helen Whately said the package announced on Tuesday " focuses on recognising care with the status it deserves"...
Jo Wilson legacy: 'I want the world to talk about dementia'
... " Minister for Health, Helen Whately, said she wanted the government to " do everything possible to help those" with the " cruel disease" and the families...
Matt Hancock: More leaked texts put spotlight on police and quarantine
Matt Hancock: Eight government WhatsApp Covid messages revealed
... Testing is working for MOST Then-Social Care Minister Helen Whately travelled 50 miles to a Covid test centre so a relative could be tested in September 2020...
NHS to buy care beds to make space in hospitals
... " Getting people out of hospital on time is more important than ever, " said Helen Whately, minister for care...
David Fuller: MPs call for public inquiry into mortuary abuse
... Tracey Crouch, Nusrat Ghani, Helen Grant, Huw Merriman, Laura Trott, Tom Tugendhat and Helen Whately condemned Fuller s " appalling crimes"...
Coronavirus: the Plan has been dropped for all primary school pupils back in school
... Previously, care Minister Helen Whately told BBC Breakfast that the Ministers want to take risks, which may be the infection rate increase , that is, the location of the school is primarily a problem for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, and that education can widen the gap ...