Dominic Raab is a British politician and Member of Parliament for Esher and Walton. He was born on February 25, 1974, in Buckinghamshire, England.
Raab attended Oxford University where he earned a degree in law. He also has a master’s degree in law from Cambridge University.
Raab is a member of the Conservative Party and has served in various government positions.
He was appointed Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs in July 2019, but was removed from the position in February 2021.
Prior to this, he served as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union from July 2018 to November 2018.
Raab has been a Member of Parliament since 2010 and has also worked as a solicitor in private practice before entering politics.
He has been known for his Eurosceptic views and was a prominent figure in the Vote Leave campaign during the Brexit referendum in 2016.
In addition to his political career, Raab has written several books on international law and human rights, including “The Assault on Liberty: What Went Wrong with Rights” and “The Hidden Threat: The Royal Naval Conspiracy to Subvert the Trump Agenda.”
Dominic Raab Parents: Meet Jean and Peter Raab
Dominic Raab was born in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. He is the son of Jean, a clothes buyer, and Peter Raab, a food manager for Marks & Spencer.
His father, who was Jewish, came to Britain from Czechoslovakia in 1938 at age six, when his family decided to flee because the Munich Agreement gave the Sudetenland to Nazi Germany.