Malorie Blackman Husband: Who is Neil Morrison?
Malorie Blackman OBE born 8 February 1962 is a British writer who held the position of Children’s Laureate from 2013 to 2015. She primarily writes literature and television drama for children and young adults.
Malorie Blackman’s husband is Neil Blackman. He is Scottish and married Malorie in the ’90s and had one daughter called Elizabeth in 1995.
Who is Neil Morrison?
Neil Joseph Morrison, 11 January 1938 – 19 September 2007 was a New Zealand politician of the Social Credit Party.
He won the Pakuranga seat in the 1984 election by 172 votes, from two-term MP Pat Hunt (his election night majority was 419).
During the 1984 election campaign, Hunt coined the unflattering term “Škoda brigade and Crimplene suit contingent” for Social Credit supporters after losing to Morrison.
Gary Knapp retained East Coast Bays, but the party leader Bruce Beetham lost his Rangitikei seat.
Soon after being elected, he began advocating to change the name of the Social Credit Party to the New Zealand Democratic Party in an effort to rejuvenate following a huge drop in support between the 1981 and 1984 elections.
Do Malorie Blackman and Neil Morrison have kids?
Yes, Malorie Blackman and Neil Morrison have a kid called Elizabeth Morrison.