SIR GRAHAM BRADY is a crucial lawmaker and Chairman of the 1922 committee.
He is a driving force of the Conservative Party with the help of his wife, Victoria Lowther.
Graham Brady is Chairman of the Conservative Party 1922 Committee and is married to Victoria Lowther who works as his senior researcher[/caption]
Who is Sir Graham Brady’s wife Victoria Lowther?
On Parliament’s register of members’ interest it states by his name: “I employ my wife, Victoria Lowther, as Senior Research/Parliamentary Assistant.”
It is unclear how long Lowther has been in this role.
Little is known about the details of their marriage, as both have chosen to keep their personal lives private.
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However, it is known that the pair met at Durham University, with Lowther studying politics between the years of 1986 and 1989.
Brady attended the university over the same years and studied law.
He entered Parliament in 1997, becoming the youngest Conservative MP when he won the election in Altrincham and Sale West.
He became Chairman of the 1922 Committee in 2010.
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When did Sir Graham Brady and Victoria Lowther get married?
Brady and Lowther tied the knot in 1992.
The couple live together in Altrincham in Greater Manchester, where Brady has been the MP since 1997.
Both of them regularly attending Parliamentary meetings in Westminster, London.
His political achievements were recognised in the 2018 New Year Honours list, where he received a Knighthood “for political and public service”.
How many children do they have?
Brady and Lowther share two children together, though the couple have kept them away from the public eye.
They have an adult daughter and son.
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It isn’t clear what they are doing and what careers they have pursued, with no trace of the pair on social media.
Brady has a Twitter and Facebook account but does not share any personal details.