Dehenna Davison is a British Conservative politician and broadcaster know all about her in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Partner, Husband, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate ( Age)||27 July 1993|
|Place of Birth||Sheffield, United Kingdom|
|Spouse/Partner||John Fareham (m. 2018)|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||University of Hull (2015), University of Hull|
|Profession||Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Last Update||October 2021|
Dehenna Sheridan Davison is a British Conservative politician and broadcaster who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bishop Auckland since the 2019 general election. She is the first Conservative to represent the constituency since its creation in 1885. The seat had previously been represented by a Labour Party MP since 1935.
Dehenna Davison Family and Parents
Dehenna Sheridan Davison was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England where she grew up on a council estate.Her father was a stonemason, and her mother was a nursery nurse.Davison was educated at the independent Sheffield High School, on a scholarship.
Davison studied British Politics and Legislative Studies at the University of Hull. During her time at the university, she spent a year working as a parliamentary aide for Jacob Rees-Mogg, the Member of Parliament (MP) for North East Somerset.Davison was also a National Union of Students (NUS) delegate and played for the university’s lacrosse team.
Dehenna Davison Husband/Partner
Davison married John Fareham, a Conservative councillor on Hull City Council in 2018.There was a 35-year age gap between them.The couple appeared together on the Channel 4 documentary series Bride and Prejudice, which showed their wedding at the Guildhall, Kingston upon Hull. They separated before the 2019 general election.
She lives in the village of Coundon in County Durham.As of 2021, she is in a relationship with Ahzaz Chowdhury, who is the senior partner of the corporate affairs consultancy Nudge Factory.In an October 2021 interview with Christopher Hope for The Telegraph, Davison came out as bisexual.
Dehenna Davison Net Worth
Dehenna Sheridan Davison is a British Conservative politician and broadcaster has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022.
Davison was selected as the Conservative candidate for the Kingston upon Hull North constituency at the 2015 general election. She finished third behind the Labour Party and UK Independence Party candidates.Davison supported Brexit in the 2016 United Kingdom European Union membership referendum.She next contested Sedgefield at the 2017 general election, where she finished second behind the Labour candidate.
She was elected as MP for Bishop Auckland at the 2019 general election, with a majority of 7,962 (17.8%) on a swing of 9.5% from Labour to the Conservatives.Davison was the first Conservative MP for the constituency since its creation in 1885.
The seat had been represented by a Labour MP since 1935. Her campaign focused on promises on Brexit, and reopening Bishop Auckland Hospital’s emergency department which had been closed in 2009.Prior to becoming an MP, Davison was a research and development analyst for LUMO, a company which advises businesses on tax credits.
Davison has been a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee since March 2020.She is also a member of the European Research Group,on the steering committee of the China Research Group,on the board of the Blue Collar Conservatives,and a member of the parliamentary council of the centre-right think tank The Northern Policy Foundation.As of April 2021, Davison also co-chairs with Greg Smith the Free Market Forum, a group of Conservative MPs advocating classical liberalism. The group is affiliated with the Institute of Economic Affairs think tank.
In September 2020, Davison was criticised by her own party after she mocked then Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard for having an English accent and suggested that this was the reason for Labour’s decline in support in Scotland. A spokesman for the Scottish Conservatives said that: “This criticism is unacceptable. It plays into the kind of divisive politics that the SNP promote.” Conservative MSP Dean Lockhart also distanced himself from Davison’s comments and stated that Leonard’s accent is “irrelevant”.