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Women in Westminster: The 100 is back!

Women in Westminster

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The House magazine’s Women in Westminster: The 100, is back for a third year, and nominations are now open at www.womeninwestminster.co.uk.


Women in Westminster: The 100, supported by Lloyds Banking Group, celebrates the outstanding achievements of women in public life, by recognising one hundred women who have achieved excellence in their sector in the world of Westminster. The board of Patrons is made up of: Baroness Jenkin of Kennington, Rt Hon Caroline Nokes MP, Dame Meg Hillier MP, Laura Kuenssberg, Anne Alexander, Rupert McNeil and Emily Wallace.

Inspirational and talented women are leading their fields across politics and public services; from Parliamentarians and journalists, to civil servants, think-tankers, activists and women in public affairs.

The 100 celebrates women who are not only influential in their own field, but who possess the talent and platform to inspire the next generation to make a difference in Westminster and beyond.

Baroness Jenkin of Kennington said: "I am delighted that Women in Westminster: The 100 is back for its third year. More than ever it's important that we celebrate the work of women in Westminster, both in front line politics and behind the scenes. Nominations are once again open to the public this year and I am looking forward to hearing about the women at the heart of Westminster who have inspired you.”

This year’s Women in Westminster: The 100 will publish on 7 March 2022.

For more information about the Women in Westminster: The 100 campaign, please contact Alex Hancock at [email protected].

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