Penny Mordaunt is a British politician who has been serving as Minister of State for Trade Policy since 2021. A member of the Conservative Party, she has been the Member of Parliament (MP) representing Portsmouth North since 2010.

On November 9, 2017, Priti Patel resigned as Secretary of State for International Development, and Mordaunt was appointed in her place.

Penny Mordaunt
Penny Mordaunt

Oxfam employees working in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake were accused of misbehavior in a media investigation published in February 2018 by The Times.

He claimed that Oxfam, which received £32 million from the government in the previous fiscal year, had failed in its “moral leadership” over the crisis.

Speaking on Oxfam’s handling of the claims, she said it was “totally unacceptable” that they didn’t submit them to the government. Because she suspected pedophiles were “targeting” the charity sector to carry out predatory activities, Mordaunt believed it was critical for assistance organizations to report crimes.

After Amber Rudd resigned over the Windrush controversy, she was named Minister for Women and Equalities in April 2018. When she became the first minister to use sign language in the House of Commons in July 2018, she received a standing ovation from everyone in the chamber.

In a newspaper article published in March of this year, she was called out by Maya Forstater for failing to respond to queries about sex and gender satisfaction from Mumsnet members during an International Women’s Day webchat.

Penny Mordaunt Siblings: Who are Penny Mordaunt Brothers?

James Mordaunt and Edward Mordaunt are the siblings of British politician Penny Mordaunt. James Mordaunt is a veteran Virgin Airlines flight attendant. He is homosexual. For the most part, we know very little about him. His private thoughts and feelings are kept from the public eye.


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