Moorlands MP Karen Bradley was named as one of the 100 women to be recognised on the Women in Westminster: 100 List which was announced on Monday.
The House’s annual celebration of the most inspirational and influential women in Westminster was back for a second year on international women’s day, celebrating the “outstanding accomplishments” of women in public life by recognising 100 women who have achieved excellence in their sector in the world of Westminster.
Patrons include Laura Kuenssberg, Baroness Jenkin of Kennington, Caroline Nokes MP, Rupert McNeil and Anne Alexander and they had the job of narrowing down a long list to 100, comprised of Parliamentarians, civil servants, journalists, public affairs specialists, political commentators and others.
Mrs Bradley said: “I am delighted and honoured to join other colleagues on the list. (On) international women’s day we should celebrate the fantastic strides we have made in creating equal opportunities for women both here and around the world and commit ourselves to doing more.”
The full list can be seen online at womeninwestminster.co.uk/