Rachel Moore
Member of Parliament
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Born 9 December 1936
Full name Rachel Maria Moore (née Williams)
Constituency Brighton Pavillion
Political Party Conservative and Unionist Party
Religion Anglican
Spouse Robert Moore
Office(s) Held Minister of State for Social Services
Father Arthur Williams
Mother Elizabeth Williams (Née Mitchel)
Children Sarah Moore (b. 12th of May, 1965)

Rachel Moore (b. December 9th, 1936) is a British Conservative Politician representing the Constituency of Bath Pavillion in the House of Commons.

Early Life[]

Rachel Moore (Née Williams) was born on the 9 December 1936 to Arthur and Elizabth Williams, in the Royal Maternity Hospital in Brighton.

Rachel was educated in the Roedean School. An all girls school on the outskirts of Brighton. She went on to study Business Studies at the University of Reading, where she Graduated in with honours in 1960.

In 1963 Rachel married local businessman Robert Moore.

Political Career[]

Rachel inherited her fathers love of politics and joined her Brighton Pavillion Constituency Organisation upon her return from University in Reading. She was elected treasurer in 1962 and until 1964 after she discovered she was pregnant with her child Sarah Moore. After the birth of her child she returned to active politics within her local association. She was elected Secretary in 1966. She served in this post until she was selected to run and won a seat on Brighton and Hove Council in 1969. Ten years later she was selected to replace the outgoing Conservative MP to run in the Constituency of Brighton Pavillion. She won on her first attempt. She is currently Minister of State for Social Services.

Voting Record (1981- )[]

Preceded by:
Harold Julian Amery
Member of Parliament for Brighton Pavillion
1979 - present
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
New Post
Minister of State for Social Services
July 1981 - present
Succeeded by: