Michelle Dewberry

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Michelle Dewberry
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Born 1979
Hull, England
Political Party Reform UK
Occupation Businesswoman
Political candidate
Political commentator
Spouse Simon Jordan

Michelle Dewberry (b. 1979), a native of Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, is an English businesswoman, political candidate and television host. Dewberry won Series 2 of UK business reality TV show The Apprentice in 2006 and, since 2021, has been a host on conservative television channel GB News.

Dewberry is a member of Reform UK.

History

During the 2019 UK general election, which was held on 12 December that year, Dewberry stood for the parliamentary constituency of Kingston upon Hull and West Hessle and came third place as the Brexit Party candidate, with 18% of the vote.[1]

It was announced on 19 February 2021 that Michelle Dewberry would be joining then-upcoming conservative UK television channel GB News to host a prime-time show,[2] which was launched later in the year.

Positions

Dewberry takes largely liberal stances on abortion, calling herself "apologetically pro-choice". In June 2023 however, Dewberry, whose own son was born at 31 weeks, came out strongly against late term abortion.

Personal life

Michelle Dewberry is married to businessman Simon Jordan, and they have one child together.

References

  1. Election result for Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle
  2. GB News: Michelle Dewberry to join channel led by Andrew Neil with prime-time show