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Karen Bradley

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Gender Female
Age 53
Date of birth March 12,1970
Zodiac sign Pisces
Born Newcastle-under-Lyme
United Kingdom
SpouseNeil Bradley
Office Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Previous officeSecretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport of the United Kingdom (2016–2018)
Party Conservative Party
Job Politician
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Karen Bradley Life story

Karen Anne Bradley MP is a British Conservative Party politician and former tax consultant. She has been the Member of Parliament for Staffordshire Moorlands since the 2010 general election.

MPs should not bring babies into Commons chamber, review says

MPs should not bring babies into Commons chamber, review says
Jun 30,2022 2:15 am

... On a separate issue, Karen Bradley, the Conservative MP who chairs the Procedure Committee, said a debate should be held in the coming weeks to discuss the extension of proxy voting...

Cabinet minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan says she was pinned against wall by male MP

Cabinet minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan says she was pinned against wall by male MP
Apr 29,2022 7:50 pm

... And another female Tory MP, former cabinet minister Karen Bradley, said the Commons had " pussyfooted around" the issue of bad behaviour for too long and " zero tolerance is needed"...

Coronavirus: New working time models for MPs as the Commons returns

Coronavirus: New working time models for MPs as the Commons returns
Apr 21,2020 3:08 am

... The Committee, under the chairmanship of ex-Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley, also expressed concerns about the ability of MPs to hold the drag the government to be accountable to...

Julian Smith: Boris Johnson approved the Stormont agreement

Julian Smith: Boris Johnson approved the Stormont agreement
Feb 20,2020 3:13 am

... His predecessor, James Brokenshire, and Karen Bradley were unsuccessful in their efforts to restore devolved government...

Brexit: Theresa May to meet Northern Ireland's political parties

Brexit: Theresa May to meet Northern Ireland's political parties
Feb 16,2020 2:45 am

... In response to Mr Tusk s remarks, Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley said it is a delicate time and it is important we all consider our words carefully ...

Londonderry security alert after weekend bomb attack

Londonderry security alert after weekend bomb attack
Feb 15,2020 9:25 pm

... Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley ones that will have to be behind the attack, will never succeed, said MPs ...

Mar 2,2024 9:15 am


Londonderry security alert after weekend bomb attack

Mar 2,2024 9:15 am

Three security alerts in Londonderry - Triggered when two vehicles were hijacked by Masked Men and a delivery van was Abandoned - have ended.

Police said residents have been allowed to return to their homes following the alerts, which were confirmed as hoaxes.

An alert in north Belfast on Monday night has also been confirmed as a hoax.

The disruption in Derry came 48 Hours after a bomb exploded in The City .

The area around the courthouse in Bishop Street , where The Bomb exploded in a car on Saturday, has reopened.

The PSNI have said Saturday's bomb attack may have been carried out by dissident republican group the New IRA.

Four out of five men held over the bombing have been released.

A 50-year-old man arrested on Monday remains in police custody.

Members of the DUP are to meet Northern Ireland 's chief constable on Tuesday morning to discuss recent incidents in The City and the ongoing dissident republican threat.

A Number of residents were moved from their homes as police deal with an Abandoned vehicle on the Northland Road

Police said That while the alerts were hoaxes "we cannot underestimate the impact these incidents have had on our community".

"The occupants of the hijacked vehicles did not believe when they set out for work This Morning That they would be threatened by Masked Men ," said Supt Gordon McCalmont.

"The Residents in Circular Road, Southway and Northland Road did not wake up today expecting to be asked to leave their homes for their own safety.

"Too many people were affected because of the deliberate and anti-community actions of a few. "

On Monday, the Army was called to two security alerts in The City involving reported hijackings.

Army Bomb Disposal officers carried out a controlled explosion in Creggan's Circular Road after a vehicle was hijacked by three Masked Men at 11:30 GMT on Monday.

The second alert on Southway, also in Creggan, followed reports of a vehicle being hijacked by four Masked Men at 13:45 GMT.

In a third incident, police responded to a report of an Abandoned lorry on the Northland Road close to the Glenbank Road junction and St Mary's College.

In north Belfast, a controlled explosion was carried out on a suspicious object in the area of Springfield Road and Lanark Way. Residents returned to their home shortly After Midnight .

St Mary's College in Derry will be open to staff and pupils on Tuesday morning.

The School principal Marie Lindsay told BBC Radio Foyle That additional support will be provided for students who may have been affected by the security alert.

A Number of residents were moved from their homes. A nearby community centre was opened to people who were affected.

A spokesperson for Northern Ireland 's Housing Executive said one of their vans was hijacked and That a contractor they work with has withdrawn services in the Bishop Street , Brandywell, Creggan, Rosemount and Rossville areas until further notice.

SDLP MLA Mark H Durkan said the area was largely populated by older people.

"When you see frail pensioners in their late 80s and 90s being forced to leave their homes in their dressing gowns, it really is despicable.

"There is a huge sense of anxiety right across The City , and a huge sense of anger right across The City and understandably so," he said.

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In a post on the PSNI Foyle Facebook page, police also confirmed That "there has been an attempted hijacking of a Local Bus service" in the Galliagh area of The City .

Saturday's shortly after a pizza delivery vehicle was hijacked at gun point.

A CCTV clip posted on Twitter by police showed a group of seven Young People walking past The Vehicle shortly before the blast.

Addressing MPs in The Commons on Monday afternoon, Prime Minister Theresa May said: "This house stands together with the people of Northern Ireland in ensuring That we never go back to the violence and terror of The Past . "

Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley told MPs those behind The Attack "will never succeed".

"Londonderry is a city That has thrived since the signing of the Good Friday Agreement 20 years ago - everyone can see That - And One That will continue to grow and develop despite the actions of those who seek to sow discord and division," She Said .

The alert at Southway is the second in the Creggan area of The City

DUP leader Arlene Foster tweeted That the PSNI "needs our full support to remove those responsible from our streets".

Sinn Féin Councillor Kevin Campbell said there can be "no justification for this type of reckless activity".

"Those responsible for this disruption have shown complete disregard for the people of Creggan, particularly elderly people who live in this area," he said.

Houses were evacuated in the Creggan area Courthouse closed

At the courthouse in Derry, scheduled jury trials have been put off until Wednesday.


A forensic officer examines The Remains of The Vehicle following Saturday Night 's explosion Driver 'threatened and intimidated'

PSNI Supt Gordon McCalmont told BBC Radio Foyle The Police were trying to get The City back to normal and show The Attack had "little or no long-term impact".

He said the PSNI was "lucky we are not talking about loss of life".

Supt McCalmont also said the pizza delivery driver whose vehicle was hijacked and used in Saturday's bombing "had to go through the drama of having a firearm put to his head".

"He was threatened and intimidated. It would be fair to say he was asked not to raise The Alarm . "

He added: "These groupings obviously want us to respond. We will be very balanced. This threat has always been in this city.

"My sense is That this is not because of Brexit . "

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Source of news: bbc.com

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