Nadia Whittome MP (Labour)

Nadia Edith Whittome[1] (born 1996) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Nottingham East since the 2019 general election. She was elected at the age of 23, and became the 'Baby of the House' as the youngest MP

Whittome was born in Nottingham, England.[2] Her Punjabi Sikh father emigrated to the UK from Banga, India at the age of 21. He has worked a variety of jobs including as an immigration advisor, factory worker, miner, and a driving instructor.[3] Her mother is an Anglo-Indian Catholic solicitor whose parents emigrated from Calcutta in the 1950s. She was formerly a member of the Labour Party, who left the party in protest at the amendment of Clause IV of the constitution in 1995.[4] Whittome has a brother who works as a bricklayer in Sydney.[3] Her grandparents belonged to the Communist Party of India.[4] She grew up in a single-parent household.[5][6] Whittome reports that she attended a private school between the ages of 7 and 11.[7] She later attended West Bridgford School, a local comprehensive.[8] Whittome has lived in the Meadows, Top Valley, and West Bridgford.[9]

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