BORN: 3 Nov 1969

DAWN BUTLER


WIKI: DAWN PETULA BUTLER


Dawn Petula Butler (born 3 November 1969) is a British Labour Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament (MP) for Brent Central since 2015.


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Dawn Butler

Dawn Petula Butler is a British Labour Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament for Brent Central since 2015. Butler was elected as the MP for Brent South at the 2005 general election. She served in Prime Minister Gordon Brown's government as Parliamentary Secretary to the Cabinet Office and Minister for Young Citizens and Youth Engagement from 2009 to 2010. She lost her seat at the 2010 general election to Sarah Teather from the Liberal Democrats. She returned to Parliament as the MP for Brent Central at the 2015 general election





Labour MP threatened after defending Black Lives Matter protests


2020

Dawn Butler goes to police after receiving torrent of racist abuse over newspaper article.


The Labour MP Dawn Butler accused the Met Police of racially profiling her after she was stopped in Hackney, east London. The Met Police said the officers had incorrectly identified the car as being registered in Yorkshire.


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DAWN BUTLER ON STOP & SEARCH


Dawn Butler, MP for Brent Central, exploration of the Metropolitan Police's controversial "stop & search" tactic that disproportionately affects black people on Britain's streets. Hear from experts, as well as people that have been victims of questionable practices at the hands of the police as Dawn gets to the bottom of whether the system is broken, and if it can be fixed.



BOLD AND OUTSPOKEN - DAWN BUTLER A TRUE, FEARLESS ADVOCATE AND CAMPAIGNER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND EQUALITY


Dawn Butler is not scared to speak out, Dawn Petula Butler was born to create waves and good trouble to make social changes, Dawn Butler MP go beyond where others fear to tread...Black Lives Matter


Dawn Butler: ‘To Dismantle Systemic Racism, We Need Uncomfortable Conversations




Watch the moment Dawn Butler was ordered to leave Commons after saying PM 'lied'


Labour MP Dawn Butler was asked to leave the Commons chamber after refusing to withdraw accusations that Boris Johnson has lied countlessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. 'It's dangerous to lie in a pandemic' the MP for Brent said. 'Poor people in our country have paid with their lives because the prime minister has spent the last 18 months misleading this house and the country over and over again.' Butler was told to withdraw from the chamber by temporary deputy speaker Judith Cummins following her remarks in a Commons debate. Under parliamentary rules, MPs are not supposed to accuse each other of lying in the chamber.