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Carolyn Harris was born on 18 September, 1960 in British, is a British Labour politician, Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour. At 60 years old, Carolyn Harris height not available right now. We will update Carolyn Harris's height soon as possible.

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Carolyn Harris Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 18 September 1960
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Harris was elected the first ever Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour on the 21 April 2018. Her key pledges for election included:

Following a two-year campaign to reduce the maximum stake on fixed-odds-betting terminals from £100 per spin to £2, on 17 May 2018 the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport announced that they would be reducing the stake in line with Harris's suggestion of £2 a spin.

In July 2018, Harris came under political pressure after allegations of homophobia were made against her during a trial in Cardiff involving a former colleague, who subsequently became an employee in her office after Harris was elected. The allegations, which dated from before Harris had become an MP alleged that Harris had homophobic remarks and an alleged assault. Harris stated that she did not remember the incidents but stated if they had occurred they would have been "office banter". Her response caused controversy among LGBT groups and Labour Party colleagues; however, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and LGBT political colleagues supported her, with some describing her as a 'strong ally' to the LGBT community.


After losing her son Martin in 1989, Harris was forced to take out a loan and rely on donations from the community to cover the funeral costs. Not wanting other parents to suffer the same hardship, Harris spoke about her grief in an adjournment debate on 28 November 2016 and went on to work with the Fair Funerals Campaign to press the Government to create a Children's Funeral Fund. The fund was announced in Wales at Welsh Labour conference on 25 March 2017, by Theresa May for England on 31 March 2018 and Scotland most recently on 30 May 2018.


Following university, Harris worked for Swansea-based community projects such as the Guiding Hand Association and then the Joshua Foundation. Before her political career she worked as the Parliamentary assistant of her now predecessor Siân James MP, who announced her intention to step down in March 2015.

Harris was elected to Parliament in 2015. She gave her maiden speech on 8 June 2015 in which she stated that Dylan Thomas was wrong about "this ugly, lovely town."


Harris was born in the constituency of Swansea East which she now represents in Parliament. She attended Swansea University from 1994 to 1998 and studied a joint degree in Social History and Social Policy.


Carolyn Harris (born 18 September 1960) is a Welsh Labour Party politician. She was born in Swansea, and has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Swansea East since the general election in May 2015. She is also the Deputy Leader of Welsh Labour, and Parliamentary Private Secretary to Labour leader, Keir Starmer.