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  Gyimah, Sam
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AffiliationConservative  
 
NameSam Gyimah
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Born August 10, 1976 (42 years)
ContributorRBH
Last ModifedJuan Croniqueur
Dec 04, 2015 01:23am
Tags African -
InfoSam was born in Beaconsfield (August 1976) and was educated at Achimota Secondary School, Ghana, and Freman College, Hertfordshire. Sam earned a place at Somerville College, Oxford to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics; whilst there, he was elected President of the Oxford Union.

Sam started his career at Goldman Sachs after which he was involved in developing a couple of small businesses in the training, employment and internet sectors; in 2005, he was voted CBI Entrepreneur of the Future.

Sam’s interests are skiing, cooking, running (London Marathon 2008). He is an Arsenal supporter and is divorced without children.


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Dec 01, 2018 03:00am News Tory minister Sam Gyimah resigns saying he cannot vote for Theresa May’s Brexit deal  Article IndyGeorgia 
Oct 22, 2016 11:50am Proposed Legislation Tory minister's filibuster kills Turing's law and pardons for 65,000 persecuted gay men  Article RP 

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  06/08/2017 UK Parliament - Surrey East Won 59.64% (+40.39%)
  05/07/2015 UK Parliament - Surrey East Won 57.41% (+40.39%)
  09/04/2012 UK Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  05/06/2010 UK Parliament - Surrey East Won 56.75% (+30.88%)
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  06/13/2019 UK Conservative Party Leader Counting 0.00% (+0.00%)
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London Mayor - CON Selection - Sep 26, 2018 CON Shaun Bailey
UK House of Commons - Science and Technology Select Committee - Oct 19, 2016 CON Victoria Borwick
UK Conservative Party Leader - MP Vote - Jul 07, 2016 CON Theresa May
UK Referendum - EU Membership - Jun 23, 2016 YES Remain