Dehenna Davison

Dehenna Davison

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Dehenna Davison is the 30-year-old Conservative MP Bishop Auckland, a seat that until her win in 2019 had been a Labour constituency since its creation in 1885. After getting involved in politics as a teen, Dehenna now uses her position to ardently support social mobility, low taxes, and criminal justice reform.
Dehenna served as the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Levelling Up under two Prime Ministers, focussing on levelling up policy, social mobility, regeneration, and local empowerment through devolution.
Dehenna is not what you would typically expect from a Conservative MP. As a millennial woman from a working-class background in South Yorkshire, Dehenna champions causes to improve the freedoms and opportunities of her Bishop Auckland constituents and others across the U.K.
Dehenna has spoken publicly of her battle living with chronic migraine, and campaigns for better treatment pathways. Following the death of her father from a single punch, she also established the All Party Parliamentary Group on One Punch Assaults to fight for sentencing reform and improved victim support. Dehenna was named on the 2023 BBC 100 Women list for her campaigning and awareness raising on these issues.
Dehenna is bisexual and is a fierce supporter of LGBTQ+ rights, including supporting a trans-inclusive ban on conversion therapy.
Beyond the Houses of Parliament, Dehenna regularly appears on TV and radio, with recent appearances including Have I Got News For You, Question Time, This Morning, The Jeremy Vine Show, and Women’s Hour. She also formerly hosted the weekly GB News Show The Political Correction before taking up her role as a Minister.