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Who is Dan Carden partner? Many people are curious about his relationship status. Read the article to know everything about the MP.
Dan Carden is a British Labour Party politician and has served as the MP for Liverpool Walton since 2017.
Prior to becoming an MP, Carden worked at Unite the Union in the office of its General Secretary, Len McCluskey.
Who Is Dan Carden Partner Or Wife?
Dan Carden doesn’t have a partner.
It is usual for people to talk about the young, and good-looking MP relationship status.
Unfortunately, there is no news about his past relationships mentioned on the web.
Is MP Dan Carden Married?
No, Dan Carden is not married.
Dan Carden is gay and patron of LGBT Labour.
He is one of eight LGBT MPs elected in the 2017 general election.
An avowed socialist, he paid tribute to his predecessor Eric Heffer in a memorial lecture in January 2019.
He is a member of the Socialist Campaign Group.
In 2017, Carden campaigned for a ban on LGBT conversion therapy after a church in Anfield was exposed by a Liverpool Echo investigation for offering ritual starvation as a ‘cure’ for homosexuality
Following the recent spike in hate crimes against LGBT+ people in our city, I’ve been out speaking with local businesses and encouraging them to put a #Pride flag in their window as a token of solidarity.
Our message is clear: an attack on one of us is an attack on all of us. pic.twitter.com/3H2v5M0GCF
— Dan Carden MP (@DanCardenMP) July 1, 2021
Similarly, the UK Government pledged to bring forward proposals for a legislative ban in July 2018.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
His net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Get To Know Dan Carden
Dan Carden was born in Liverpool, England.
Currently, his age is 34 years old.
He was born on 28 October 1986.
Cardan finished his secondary education was at St Edward’s College in West Derby where he was the Head Boy.
Later, he went on to study BSc International Relations at the London School of Economics, where he was also Chair of the University Labour Club.
Moreover, Dan is a supporter of Liverpool F.C. and an advocate of football fan activism, including Liverpool and Everton supporters’ initiative Fans Supporting Foodbanks.
In December 2018 he was made Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, taking over duties from Kate Osamor. Subsequently, he became Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury in April 2020.
He resigned but was reelected in 2019.
— Lucy Meacock (@lucymitv) July 1, 2021