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Ruth Davidson Biography: Age, Career, Net Worth, Family & More



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Ruth Elizabeth Davidson, Baroness Davidson of Lundin Links born 10 November 1978, is a Scottish politician who served as Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party from 2011 to 2019 and Leader of the Scottish Conservative Party in the Scottish Parliament from 2020 to 2021. She served as a Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Glasgow from 2011 to 2016 and for Edinburgh Central from 2016 to 2021.

Davidson was raised in Selkirk and later attended Buckhaven High School in Fife. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh, she worked as a BBC journalist and served in the Territorial Army as a signaller. After leaving the BBC in 2009 to study at the University of Glasgow, she joined the Conservative Party. At the 2011 Scottish Parliament election, Davidson was elected on the Glasgow regional list. Following party leader Annabel Goldie’s resignation in May 2011, Davidson stood in the subsequent leadership election.

She worked as a trainee reporter for the Glenrothes Gazette after graduating. Later, she changed jobs, working as a radio journalist, producer, presenter, and reporter for Kingdom FM, Real Radio, and then, in late 2002, BBC Scotland.

To pursue her studies at the University of Glasgow in international development, she left the BBC in 2009. Before sustaining a back injury during a training exercise at Sandhurst, she previously served for three years (2003-06) as a signaller in the 32 Signal Regiment of the Territorial Army.

Ruth Davidson nationality
Davidson was born in Edinburgh, Scotland . She is Scottish.

Ruth Davidson age
Davidson was born on November 10, 1978, hence she is currently 44 years of age.

Ruth Davidson net worth
Davidson has a net worth estimated to be from $1 million to $5 million.

Ruth Davidson height and weight
Davidson’s body measurement is not known to us at the time of filing this report.

Ruth Davidson education
Davidson attended the Buckhaven High School. She also studied English Literature at the University of Edinburgh.

Ruth Davidson career
As a politician from Scotland, Davidson presided over the Scottish Conservative Party as its leader from 2011 to 2019 and again from 2020 to 2021 in the Scottish Parliament.

From 2011 to 2016, she represented Glasgow as a Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP), then from 2016 to 2021, she represented Edinburgh Central.

Davidson, who was born in Edinburgh and raised in Selkirk, later enrolled at Buckhaven High School in Fife.

She worked as a BBC journalist after earning her degree from the University of Edinburgh and was a signaler in the Territorial Army.

She joined the Conservative Party in 2009 after quitting the BBC to attend the University of Glasgow. On the Glasgow regional ticket, Davidson won election to the Scottish Parliament in 2011.

After Annabel Goldie, the party’s leader, resigned in May 2011, Davidson ran in the subsequent leadership contest.

On November 4, 2011, she was named party leader after winning the competition. As the second-largest party in the Scottish Parliament in 2016, the Conservatives overtook the Labour Party.

In August 2019, not long after Boris Johnson was appointed prime minister of the United Kingdom, Davidson announced his resignation from the position.

Jackson Carlaw succeeded her, and he was succeeded by Douglas Ross. At the Scottish Parliament election in 2021, Davidson stepped down after many months of serving as the party’s leader in Holyrood. She was made a life peer in the House of Lords in 2021.

In general, Davidson was regarded as a moderately effective leader, particularly in 2016 and 2017. She is regarded as a centrist in terms of ideologies.

In the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, she backed Scotland staying a part of the UK. She continued to advocate for “No” votes in the referendum on the basis of that and her opposition to a second vote in the years following 2014. In the 2016 EU membership vote, she favored the UK’s continued membership.

Ruth Davidson family and siblings
Davidson was born to Liz Davidson and Douglas Davidson.

Ruth Davidson husband
Davidson is engaged to Jen Wilson.

Ruth Davidson children
Davidson has a son.

Ruth Davidson religion
Davidson is believed to be a Christian.

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