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Women in Westminster: The 100

The House's annual celebration of the most inspirational and influential women in Westminster is back for a second year.

There are more incredibly talented women from across politics and public service than ever before; from parliamentarians, to journalists, civil servants, and activists. To celebrate International Women’s Day, our WIW Patrons have identified 100 of the most inspiring women in public life. The full list can be viewed below.

Congratulations to everyone who has made this list. I hope this campaign goes from strength to strength.”
— Elizabeth Truss, Minister for Women and Equalities
The 100: 2021
  • Diane Abbott
  • Claire Ainsley
  • Nimco Ali OBE
  • Dr Rosena Allin-Khan
  • Victoria Atkins
  • Kemi Badenoch
  • Dame Vera Baird QC
  • Katy Balls
  • Emma Barnett
  • Minette Batters
  • Dame Margaret Beckett
  • Kate Bingham
  • Mary Bousted
  • Baroness Boycott
  • Tracy Brabin
  • Karen Bradley
  • Suella Braverman
  • Sarah Champion
  • Joanna Cherry QC
  • Nerissa Chesterfield
  • Jo Churchill
  • Thérèse Coffey
  • Yvette Cooper
  • Pippa Crerar
  • Tracey Crouch
  • Nikki da Costa
  • Melanie Dawes
  • Marsha de Cordova
  • Victoria Derbyshire
  • Annelise Dodds
  • Gemma Doyle
  • Rosie Duffield
  • Shona Dunn
  • Baroness Evans of Bowes Park
  • Miatta Fahnbulleh
  • Tamara Finklestein
  • Lucy Fisher
  • Elizabeth Gardiner
  • Nusrat Ghani
  • Dame Cheryl Gillan
  • Baroness Harding of Winscombe
  • Harriet Harman
  • Dr Jenny Harries OBE
  • Julia Hartley-Brewer
  • Carolyn Harris
  • Ayesha Hazarika MBE
  • Sarah Healey
  • Meg Hillier
  • Mishal Husain
  • Dame Diana Johnson
  • Alicia Kearns
  • Gillian Keegan
  • Bernadette Kelly
  • Donna Kinnair
  • Dame Eleanor Laing
  • Baroness Lane-Fox of Soho CBE
  • Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon OBE
  • Cat Little
  • Anne Longfield OBE
  • Laura Lotinga
  • Polly Mackenzie
  • Bronwen Maddox
  • Emily Maitlis
  • Ruth May
  • Theresa May
  • Kate McCann
  • Jane Merrick
  • Amanda Milling
  • Munira Mirza
  • Penny Mordaunt
  • Layla Moran
  • Lisa Nandy
  • Frances O‘Grady
  • Priti Patel
  • Katie Perrior
  • Jess Phillips
  • Bridget Phillipson
  • Victoria Prentis
  • Christine Quigley
  • Carolyn Quinn
  • Dr June Raine CBE
  • Angela Rayner
  • Rachel Reeves
  • Sophy Ridge
  • Sienna Rodgers
  • Antonia Romeo
  • Laura Sainsbury
  • Liz Saville-Roberts
  • Frances Scott
  • Katy Searle
  • Ranvir Singh
  • Baroness Smith of Basildon
  • Allegra Stratton
  • Baroness Sugg CBE
  • Rachel Sylvester
  • Elizabeth Truss
  • Helen Whately
  • Caroline Wheeler
  • Libby Wiener
  • Esme Wren
Ones To Watch

Alongside The 100, our Patrons identified 15 Ones to Watch – individuals that our patrons believe will be a future figurehead within Westminster, whether that’s in journalism, campaigning or in Parliament

2020 Highlights
Our Patrons

We would like to thank our patrons for their continued support in making Women in Westminster: The 100 possible

A Message from Lloyds Banking Group
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We are delighted to be supporting ‘Women in Westminster: the 100’ once again. This is an opportunity to recognise women who are at the top of their game and who are making sure strong female voices are being heard in the corridors of power. They are also role models for the next generation of female leaders and by showcasing their achievements, we can help those young women fulfil their potential too.

— Fiona Cannon, Lloyds Banking Group’s Sustainable Business Director

The Inaugural 100
In March 2020 we were delighted to reveal our inaugural Women in Westminster: The 100 list.

– All information correct at date of publishing 9 March 2020.

To be on the inaugural list is a dream I never imagined. It feels as if one is recognised, and that’s special.”
— Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, the first black woman to become a Church of England Bishop