Caroline Nokes Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Salary

Caroline Nokes Family

Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes is a British Conservative Party politician know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Salary and Political Party.

Name Caroline Nokes
Birthdate   26 June 1972
Age (as of 2021)  49 years
Place of Birth Lyndhurst, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Marital Status  Divorced
Spouse/Partner Marc Nokes (m. 1995–2012)
Children One Daughter
Parents Roy Perry
Education University of Sussex
Profession Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Last Update  2022

Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes is a British Conservative Party politician. She was first elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Romsey and Southampton North in Hampshire in the 2010 general election. Elected as a Conservative, Nokes had the Conservative whip removed on 3 September 2019 and sat as an independent politician until the whip was restored to her on 29 October.

Caroline Nokes Family and Parents

Nokes was born in Lyndhurst, and raised in West Wellow, a village in Hampshire. The daughter of Roy Perry, a former Conservative Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for the Wight and Hampshire South constituency,she was educated at The Romsey School, La Sagesse Convent in Romsey and then Peter Symonds’ College, Winchester, before reading politics at the University of Sussex from 1991 to 1994.

After her graduation Nokes became a policy adviser to her father, in his role as a Member of the European Parliament. Prior to her election she was chief executive of the National Pony Society, an animal welfare charity promoting and supporting the traditional native breeds of ponies through education, training and competition.

Caroline Nokes Husband

Caroline Nokes was Married with Marc Nokes in 1995 But they divorced in 2012.The couple have a Daughter together.Caroline Nokes is keeps her personal Life private she has not reveal much about her relationship and marital life.

Caroline Nokes Net Worth

Caroline Fiona Ellen Nokes is a British Conservative Party politician has an estimated Net Worth around $1.5 Million in 2022.

Professional Career

Nokes was elected at the 2010 general election as the Member of Parliament (MP) for the new constituency of Romsey and Southampton North, defeating former Liberal Democrat MP Sandra Gidley by 4,165 votes. The prior Romsey constituency, held by Gidley, had disappeared due to boundary changes.Nokes made her maiden speech on 17 June 2010, on the subject of a high-skilled economy.

In June 2014, Nokes was independently assessed as leading the UK’s 650 MPs in alacrity in responding to constituents, with a response rate of 100%. The data was analysed by think-tank mySociety, who commended Nokes as the most “responsive MP” in Parliament,based on over 58,000 responses to 96,000 messages sent to MPs.

From 2014 to 2015 she was a Parliamentary Private Secretary to Mark Harper at the Department for Work and Pensions. Nokes served in Theresa May’s government as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Welfare Delivery at the Department for Work and Pensions from 2016 to 2017, Parliamentary Secretary for the Cabinet Office from 2017 to 2018, and as Minister of State for Immigration at the Home Office from January 2018 to July 2019.In October 2020, Nokes voted against a Labour Party Opposition Day Motion to extend free school meals over holidays during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nokes is a member of the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme,spoke in 37 separate debates in the twelve months to March 2013, and has an above-average voting record.She lists her particular interests as international development, sport, the equine industry, the environment, energy, animal welfare, family law, local government and planning.

She has spoken in debates on planning policy, reforming the Child Support Agency Family Based Agreements,Adoption,and the closure of the Ford motor manufacturing plant in her constituency.She has also introduced legislation on dangerous dogs,and in January 2011, the Consumer Protection Bill.

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