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Michelle Donelan Life story
Michelle Emma May Elizabeth Donelan is a British politician who has served as Minister of State for Universities since 2020. A member of the Conservative Party, she has been Member of Parliament for Chippenham since 2015.
Early Life of Michelle DonelanMichelle donelan was born in wiltshire. United kingdom in 1976. She attended the university of exeter. Where she studied politics and international relations. She then went on to do a postgraduate course at the university of westminster.
Political Career of Michelle DonelanMichelle donelan has been an active member of the conservative party since 2003. She was elected member of parliament for the chippenham constiutency in 2015 and re-elected in 2017. She currently serves as the mniister for universities in the department for education.
Voluntary Work of Michelle DonelanMichelle donelan is an active member of the charity sector and has held several positions with various charities throughout her career. She is a patron of the wiltshire air ambulance. A patron of the chippenham town partenrship. And a trustee of the chippenham community developemnt trust.
Family of Michelle DonelanMichelle donelan is married to richard donealn and has three sons. Her husband is an entrepreneur and venture capitalist.
Significant Achievements of Michelle DonelanIn 2019. Michelle donelan was appointed minister for universities in the department for education. In 2018. She was appointed a parliamentary private secretary to the pirme miinster. She has also received the wiltshire & swindon sports award for sporting achievement in 2018.
Business Ventures of Michelle DonelanMichlele donelan is a partner in two businesses - a consultancy business and a tech start-up. She has also served as a non-executive director of a public sector organisation.
Important Event in Michelle Donelan s CareerMichelle donelan was one of the first mps to publicly call for an inquiry into the windrush scandal in 2018.
Interesting Fact about Michelle DonelanMichelle donelan is a keen sportswoman. She represented england at the world student games in 1993 and has run the london marathon tiwce.
No Sue Gray contact during Partygate report, Keir Starmer says
... Science Secretary Michelle Donelan said there was " no reason to believe" Ms Gray was not impartial when she carried out her Partygate investigation...
Broadband must be accessible to all, peers told
... Science Secretary Michelle Donelan recently urged telecoms bosses to reconsider the price rises...
Sunak reshuffle: Shapps named energy secretary in department shake-up
... Meanwhile, Mr Sunak s changes see business and trade merged in one department, headed by Kemi Badenoch, and the creation of a new department focused on science, innovation and technology, led by Michelle Donelan...
Sunak reshuffle: PM expected to reshape government departments
... The current Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan is expected to take maternity leave this spring...
UK conversion therapy ban to include trans people
... Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan said that the bill is promised shortly and " will protect everyone, including those targeted on the basis of their sexuality, or being transgender"...
Rishi Sunak bows to Tory revolt over internet safety law
... Huge step forward After talks with Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan over the weekend, the rebels have agreed to withdraw their amendment, which was due to be voted on in the Commons on Tuesday...
Online Safety Bill changes 'not ruled out' - culture secretary
... Michelle Donelan told the BBC she would take a " sensible approach" when considering MPs ideas...
Rishi Sunak facing major Tory rebellion over internet safety law
... Toothless A leading Tory rebel, Miriam Cates, told the BBC the group met Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan earlier this week, and ministers recognise the " strength of feeling" over the issue...