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Nomination­s open for Women in Westminste­r: The 100


Nomination­s have opened for the fourth year of Women in Westminste­r: The 100, an annual event to honour the top 100 most influentia­l women working in Westminste­r.

The celebratio­n of women in public life will highlight the work of leading women in politics, public services and public affairs, from parliament­arians and journalist­s to civil servants, think-tankers and activists, and is organised by The House’s parent company, Dods.

The project is supported by Lloyds Banking Group, and has a board of patrons including Baroness Jenkin, MP Caroline Nokes, journalist­s Laura Kuenssberg and Anne

Alexander, public affairs expert Emily Wallace and House editor Rosa Prince.

Jenkin said: “With a third female prime minister, the UK is continuing to make strides, but it’s important that we continue to celebrate the work of women in Westminste­r, both in front line politics and behind the scenes.

“Nomination­s are once again open to the public this year and I am looking forward to hearing about the women at the heart of Westminste­r who have inspired you.”

The list of 100 women will be published on 8 March 2023, to mark Internatio­nal Women’s Day. Nomination­s are now open at womeninwes­

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