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Dominic Raab


  • Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (from 25 Oct 2022)
  • Deputy Prime Minister (from 25 Oct 2022)


Constituency: Esher and Walton


Public Popularity

Source: https://yougov.co.uk/

In-party Net Satisfaction

Source: ConservativeHome survey of party members, January 2021


Dr Challoner’s Grammar School

Law at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University

Masters at Cambridge University, winning the Clive Parry prize for International Law


Political Positions: 

Hard-line Brexiteer
Stood for Conservative Leadership in 2019
Deputy Prime Minister to Boris Johnson

Current projects:

  • Domestic Abuse Act – victims of domestic abuse will no longer face cross-examination in court by their abusers
  • Investing £135 million in legal aid to build a more sustainable legal system

Past projects:

  • Announced £300 million to cut youth crime and make the streets safer
  • Gathered ministers from across the world to The Hague to formulate an international package of support for the International Criminal Court to investigate Russian war crimes in Ukraine
Elizabeth Truss has never rebelled against their party in the current parlament
14 Mar 2022
On 14 Mar 2022:
Sajid Javid voted no on Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill [Lords] Report Stage: New Clause 5