Anna Mary Soubry is a British barrister, journalist, and former politician who was a Member of Parliament (MP) for Broxtowe from 2010 to 2019.
Known for her support of pro-European policies, she was originally elected as a Conservative but left the party to join Change UK in 2019.
She was the sole Conservative Party member of the National Union of Students executive committee while at university but left the Conservatives after graduating and endorsed the Social Democratic Party, although she did not join the new party.
After working as a journalist and presenter on regional and network television, she was called to the bar in 1995 and began to practice as a criminal barrister.
Anna Soubry Husband: Who is Neil Davidson?
Soubry has been married twice and is a mother of two daughters by her marriage to Haig Gordon.
She has been reported to be in a relationship with Neil Davidson, a non-executive director of Morrisons supermarket.
Neil Davidson is the author of Discovering the Scottish Revolution 2003, for which he was awarded the Deutscher Prize, How Revolutionary Were the Bourgeois Revolutions? (2012), and Holding Fast to an Image of the Past (2014).
Davidson lectures in sociology in the School of Political and Social Science at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.