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Layla Moran is a Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs & International Development, a British politician. She is MP for Oxford West and Abingdon.
By profession, Lyla is a Physics teacher and formerly worked as Head of Year in an international school.
She built her political career on community action. She started by leading a campaign to save a community center at the end of her road.
Layla was elected in the 2017 and 2019 general Elections.
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Layla Moran Wiki
Layla Moran has her wiki page on Wikipedia.
She was born in Hammersmith on 12 September 1982.
She is the elder daughter of diplomat James Moran and Randa Moran, a Christian Palestinian from Jerusalem.
Since her father was a diplomat for the European Union, she grew up in various countries, including Greece, Belgium, Ethiopia, Jamaica, and Jordan.
Layla Moran’s net worth shines in a hundred thousand dollars.
Her political career earnings contribute to her net worth.
Layla Moran Husband: Who is she married to?
Laya Moran does not have a husband, but she is in a relationship with her girlfriend.
She is in a same-sex relationship. She said she is in a “really happy, loving, stable relationship” with a woman, saying she decided to go public after being approached by journalists as per The Guardian.
Layla met her girlfriend, Rosy Cobb, the Lib Dems’ former head of press, through work.
Her girlfriend was suspended by the party during the general election after being accused of forging an email.
Layla Education Details
Layla’s education was diversified due to her father’s job.
She attended private schools in Brussels, Kingston in Jamaica, and RoedeanSchool in Brighton. From 2000 to 2003, she studied physics at Imperial College London, and from 2005 to 2007 completed a PGCE at Brunel University London.
From 2007 to 2008, she studied for a master’s degree in comparative education at UCL’s Institute of Education.