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Patrick Grady Wiki Bio

Real Name Patrick Grady
Birth Date 5 February 1980
Age (as of 2022) 42 years
Birth Place Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Nationality Scottish
Profession Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom
Father Name Not Known
Mother Name Not Known
Siblings Not Known
Marital Status Single
Spouse / Partner Not Known
Children None
Education University of Strathclyde
Last Update 2022

Patrick John Grady is a Scottish National Party (SNP) politician. He was elected at the 2015 UK general election as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Glasgow North. He was re-elected for the same constituency in the 2017 general election on 8 June 2017, and in the 2019 general election on 12 December 2019.

 Patrick Grady Family, Parents

He was born in Edinburgh, UK. He was brought up in Inverness and was educated at Inverness Royal Academy, before attending the University of Strathclyde. Between 2011 and 2015, he worked as an advocacy manager for the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund, and has also lived and worked in London and Malawi.His parents always supported his career. His mother name is not available and her father name is not available.

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Patrick Grady Family

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has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

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Last Update 2022

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Patrick Grady Professional Career

In 1997, when he was 17, he joined the Scottish National Party. In 2010, he ran as the SNP candidate for Glasgow North in the general election. He was elected National Secretary of the SNP in 2012 and stayed in that position until 2016. [4] During the 2014 vote on Scottish independence, he was in charge of the “Yes” campaign in the Kelvin neighborhood of Glasgow.

After being elected to the House of Commons, he was named the SNP Westminster Spokesperson on International Development and served on the House of Commons Procedure Committee until the 2017 election.

He is also a member of Plaid Cymru, like a number of SNP MPs and MSPs, but this doesn’t mean anything in the House of Commons. He was named Chief Whip of the SNP Westminster Group after the 2017 election, and he kept this job after the 2019 election.

Grady gave up his job as Chief Whip in March 2021, after the SNP confirmed that an SNP researcher had made a complaint of sexual misconduct.

In March 2021, newspapers said that a letter sent to Speaker John Bercow in 2017 by an unknown person said “A member of the SNP staff who was sexually touched by Patrick Grady at last year’s Christmas party just quit. Mr. Grady also sexually touched another male employee on the same night last year “.

In 2021, Scottish Conservative MP John Lamont wrote to SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford, asking him to explain why nothing was done when Grady was accused of sexual harassment four years earlier, and why the party didn’t suspend him while the investigation was going on.In April 2021, Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that she knew there was a problem with Grady before a complaint about his behavior was filed.

On April 16, The Times ran a story that said the complaint against Patrick Grady for alleged sexual harassment had been upheld. Grady, who was 42 at the time, is said to have “inappropriately” touched a male SNP worker, who was 19 at the time, in a London pub. The alleged victim then talked about the situation with Ian Blackford, the leader of the SNP in Westminster, and Patrick Grady. The alleged victim called the situation a “ambush.”


Patrick Grady is facing suspension from the House of Commons after making unwanted sexual advances to a 19-year-old party worker.Grady, has also been recommended to make an apology to the man and in the House of Commons for the sexual misconduct.

He has been administratively suspended from the SNP Westminster group and his MP colleagues will discuss the matter this evening. Grady, the MP for Glasgow North, was accused of inappropriately touching the man in the Water Poet pub in London in 2016. The claims were first revealed in the Daily Record.

A Westminster report said of the “facts” of the probe: “At an SNP social event held in a pub on 20 October 2016, the complainant and the respondent were both present. The respondent remained after all other MPs had left.

“Mr Grady, under the influence of alcohol, made a sexual advance to the complainant in the mistaken belief that this advance would be welcomed. The advance included the touching and stroking of the complainant’s neck, hair, and back. The respondent states that when it became apparent that his conduct was not welcome, he desisted.”

A panel, which considered the sanction for Grady, concluded: “The sub-panel recommended that Mr Grady be suspended for two sitting days (not including Fridays), make an unreserved apology to the House by way of a personal statement, and also make a private written apology to the complainant.”

Grady stood aside as chief whip when the allegations were first reported by the Daily Record, after which the Westminster authorities launched a probe. A probe was carried out by an independent investigator, after which the case was referred to an expert panel by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards. The report also included extracts of an apology from Grady:

“I accept the findings of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards in full and without reservation. I accept that my behaviour as described in Allegation 1 amounts to a breach of the Sexual Misconduct Policy for the UK Parliament, and I apologise for this without reservation.