Suella Braverman was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Exiting the European Union on 10 January 2018. She was elected as the Conservative MP for Fareham in May 2015.
Suella was educated at Heathfield School in London and went on to study Law at Queens’ College, Cambridge. She gained a Masters in Law from the University of Paris 1, Pantheon-Sorbonne and qualified as a New York Attorney. She speaks fluent French.
Suella was called to the Bar in England in 2005 and practised as a self-employed Barrister for 10 years, specialising in Public Law and Judicial Review in Town and Country Planning, Housing and Licensing. Between 2010-2015 she was on the Attorney-General’s Panel of Treasury Counsel.
Suella co-founded a free school, Michaela Community School, in 2014 in Wembley and was Chairman of Governors until October 2017. The school was rated Outstanding by OFSTED in May 2017.
She was elected Member of Parliament for Fareham in 2015. From June 2015 until May 2017 she served on the Education Select Committee.
Suella served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Treasury Ministers between June 2017 until her appointment.
Suella is married, enjoys watching films at the cinema, cooking and spending time with her friends and family. She has back-packed around Australia, India, parts of Africa, China and the Far East.
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State
- Vote on the final deal
- EU (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill
- English Regions
- Security Partnership & Justice