Sarah Dines Biography, Age, Height, Career, Husband, Children, Net Worth – British Conservative Party politician, Sarah Elizabeth Dines was born on May 27, 1965.
Sarah Dines Biography
Dines was born in Billericay, and raised in Basildon, Essex in the United Kingdom to Elizabeth Dines and Tony Dines. She has eight siblings; Mary Dines, William Dines and 6 other siblings.
Prior to serving on Maldon Town Council, Maldon District Council, and Essex County Council, her mother was a Conservative councilor on Basildon District Council.
Dines went to Chalvedon Comprehensive School and Basildon College for her A Levels. Between 1983 and 1987, she attended Brunel University, and between 1987 and 1988, the Inns of Court School of Law. She was admitted to the bar in July 1988 and is a member of Lincoln's Inn.
Sarah Dines Nationality
Dines was born in Billericay, and raised in Basildon, Essex in the United Kingdom. She is British.
Sarah Dines Age
Dines was born on May 27, 1965, hence she is currently 58 years of age.
Sarah Dines Family and Siblings
Dines was born to Elizabeth Dines and Tony Dines. She has eight siblings; Mary Dines, William Dines and 6 other siblings.
Sarah Dines Height and Weight
Dines' body measurement is not known to us at the time of filing this report.
Sarah Dines Education
Dines completed her A Levels at Basildon College after attending Chalvedon Comprehensive School. She studied at Brunel University from 1983 to 1987, and the Inns of Court School of Law from 1987 to 1988. She joined Lincoln's Inn after being admitted to the bar in July 1988.
Sarah Dines Career
Dines practiced family law, most recently at 3 Paper Buildings, where she dealt with issues connected to divorce, care, adoption, foreign child law, kidnapping, and other related matters. Divorce often involved complex financial and business holdings.
She belongs to both the British Academy of Forensic Sciences and the Family Law Bar Association.
Dines joined the Conservative Party when she was a teenager and has been a member ever since. She served as the head of the Basildon Young Conservatives.
She served as secretary of the London Conservative Students and chairman of the Brunel University Conservative Association while she was a student. She also supported MP Sir George Gardiner as a parliamentary researcher.
She was elected to the Basildon District Council at the age of 21 and served as Burstead Ward's representative from 1987 to 1991. She ran for the Belfast East seat in the 1997 general election, however she was unsuccessful.
Dines received 29,356 votes, a majority of 17,381, and was chosen as the representative for the Derbyshire Dales constituency in the general election of 2019.
Dines was appointed as the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland's Parliamentary Private Secretary not long after she was elected.
Dines and Andrew Griffith received the position of Parliamentary Private Secretary to Prime Minister Boris Johnson on September 17, 2021, as part of the second Johnson ministry cabinet change.
She received an appointment as an Assistant Government Whip during the February 2022 reorganization.
Dines received criticism in July 2022 for the way she handled accusations against Chris Pincher, who was the Deputy Chief Whip at the time.
Dines has brought attention to the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry's (Princess Royal's Volunteer Corps) contribution to the coronavirus pandemic.
She was a previous member of the organization. She is a part of the Ashbourne Ex-Servicemen's Club and the Royal British Legion.
Sarah Dines Husband
Dines is married to David Hoile.
Sarah Dines Children
Dines has four sons.
Sarah Dines Religion
Dines is believed to be a Christian but also pays respect to other religions.
Sarah Dines Net Worth
Dines has an estimated net worth to be about $1 million to $5 million.