Judith Cummins

Judith Cummins is a Labour Party politician. She has been Shadow Minister for International Trade since 2018 and MP for Bradford South since 2015. Judith was elected as a local councillor for Bradford in 2004, representing the Royds ward, and would go on to be a Leeds City Councillor from 2012 until 2016.

Judith attended Ruskin as a mature student on a Trade Union Scholarship through Ruskin’s partnership with GMB. She became Ruskin’s first female MP upon her election. Judith was on placement in parliament from Ruskin when the first Tony Blair government came to power in 1997.

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