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Anne Jenkin, Baroness Jenkin of Kennington (Anne Caroline Strutt) was born on 8 December, 1955 in Hatfield Peverel.
|Popular As||Anne Caroline Strutt|
|Age||65 years old|
|Born||8 December 1955|
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Who Is Anne Jenkin, Baroness Jenkin of Kennington’s Husband?
Her husband is Bernard Jenkin (m. 1988)
|Parents||Hon. Charles StruttHon. Jean Davidson|
|Husband||Bernard Jenkin (m. 1988)|
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As of 2019, Jenkin is a member of parliamentary committees on Intergenerational Fairness and Provision and Hybrid Instruments. She has previously served on committees addressing Equality Act 2010 and Disability and Charities.
In January 2018, Jenkin attracted media attention after criticising abuse received by Conservative candidates during the 2017 general election in a debate on social media regulation in the House of Lords. Jenkin cited the example of a candidate being abused as a “fucking Tory cunt” – this was believed to be the first time the word “cunt” has been used in the House of Lords.
In 2017, Jenkin was chair of the Centre for Social Justice Off the Scales working group on childhood obesity in England.
In 2016, Jenkin became founding chancellor of Writtle University College, on its achieving university college status. The college is in Essex and specialises in agricultural and horticultural courses.
In December 2014, she suggested that one of the causes of the rise of hunger and food bank use in the UK was because “poor people don’t know how to cook”. At the time of the statement, she was a member of the APPG on Food Poverty and Hunger which presented a report on food poverty noting there were 4 million people in the UK struggling to afford food. She later apologised for the remark, saying she was speaking without a script and had made a mistake: “What I meant was as a society we have lost our ability to cook”.
She co-founded the Conservative Friends of International Development in 2011.
She was created a life peer on 26 January 2011 as Baroness Jenkin of Kennington, of Hatfield Peverel in the County of Essex. She was introduced to the House of Lords on 27 January 2011, where she sits on the Conservative benches.
Since 1988 she has been married to the Conservative Member of Parliament Bernard Jenkin, whose father was the Conservative life peer The Lord Jenkin of Roding. Jenkin and her husband have two sons.
Jenkin stood for election as a Member of Parliament in Glasgow Provan in the 1987 general election. In 2005, she co-founded Women2Win with Theresa May, a campaign to increase the number of female Conservative MPs. She is currently its co-chair with Mark Harper.
Anne Caroline Jenkin, Baroness Jenkin of Kennington (born 8 December 1955) is a Conservative member of the House of Lords.
Jenkin was born Anne Caroline Strutt on 8 December 1955 to the Hon. Charles Strutt and the Hon. Jean Davidson. Her father is the son of the physicist the 4th Baron Rayleigh by his first wife, Lady Hilda Clements. Her mother is the daughter of the Conservative politician the 1st Viscount Davidson and the life peeress Baroness Northchurch.