Louise Ellman

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Person.png Louise Ellman   WebsiteRdf-icon.png
Born1945-11-14
Manchester, Lancashire, England
NationalityBritish
Alma materUniversity of Hull
ReligionJudaism
Children2
SpouseGeoffrey Ellman
PartyLabour Co-operative
Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside since 1997

Employment.png Chair of the Transport Select Committee

In office
21 May 2008 - Present

According to her biography in JC Power 100:

Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside since 1997, the 62-year-old is probably Israel’s staunchest supporter in an often hostile Commons. She came to Westminster after leading Lancashire County Council. Her varied responsibilities include sitting on the Transport Select Committee, a vice-presidency of the Local Government Association, and board membership of Merseyside arts and cultural organisations. She also chairs the Jewish Labour Movement, the successor organisation to Poale Zion, and is a Labour Friends of Israel vice-chair.[1]

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