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Stephen Kinnock (Stephen Nathan Kinnock) was born on 1 January, 1970 in Tredegar, United Kingdom, is a British Labour politician. Discover Stephen Kinnock's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?

Popular As Stephen Nathan Kinnock
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Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 1 January 1970
Birthday 1 January
Birthplace Tredegar, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Who Is Stephen Kinnock's Wife?

His wife is Helle Thorning-Schmidt (m. 1996)

Parents Neil KinnockGlenys Parry
Wife Helle Thorning-Schmidt (m. 1996)
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Children Camilla Kinnock, Johanna Kinnock

Stephen Kinnock Net Worth

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Kinnock posted a photo on Twitter after travelling from Wales to London to visit his father on his birthday on 28 March 2020 - five days after the lockdown came into force. They were social distancing, but South Wales Police responded: "We know celebrating your Dad's birthday is a lovely thing to do, however this is not essential travel. We all have our part to play in this, we urge you to comply with @GOVUK restrictions, they are in place to keep us all safe. Thank you." Kinnock stated that "this was essential travel as I had to deliver some necessary supplies to my parents".


Kinnock held his seat at the 2019 general election. He endorsed Lisa Nandy in the 2020 Labour Party leadership election.


During the 2017 general election campaign, Kinnock was one of four MPs critical of Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party who were followed for six weeks for the BBC documentary Labour: The Summer that Changed Everything. The documentary showed Kinnock predicting the poll would "not be a good night" for Labour, and his response to Labour gains in the election.


He supported Owen Smith in the failed attempt to replace Jeremy Corbyn in the 2016 Labour Party (UK) leadership election.


In March 2014, Kinnock was selected as the Labour Party candidate for the seat of Aberavon in Wales for the 2015 General Election. On 7 May 2015, he was elected the Member of Parliament for Aberavon with a majority of 10,445. He was re-elected in 2017 with an increased majority of 16,761, and 68.1% of the vote share.


In June 2010, the Danish tabloid BT accused Kinnock of tax evasion. At that time he was paying tax in Switzerland where his workplace was situated, and therefore had his main residence there, although his wife's political website states that "The family lives in Østerbro in Copenhagen". The couple had previously stated to the media that Kinnock would spend his weekends in Denmark, sometimes including Thursday, and that he regarded his home and base as being exclusively with his family in Copenhagen. According to the tabloid, he would possibly exceed 183 days a year in Denmark, meaning he would be fully taxable there.

His wife, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, rebutted the accusations but said the couple would ask the Danish tax authority for an audit. The audit by the Danish Tax & Customs Administration (SKAT) was concluded on 17 September 2010, and in its Official Report SKAT stated that "Mr Kinnock does not have tax liability for 2007, 08, or 09, as he does not reside in this country within the meaning of the Danish Tax at Sources Act".


In January 2009, he joined the World Economic Forum as director, head of Europe and Central Asia, based in Geneva, Switzerland. In August 2012, he took up a position at Xyntéo in London, Kinnock was managing director of the "Global Leadership and Technology Exchange" in 2012.


When his father was created a life peer in 2005 as Baron Kinnock of Holyhead, Kinnock was granted the prefix The Honourable as the son of a baron. As it is a life peerage rather than a hereditary peerage, Kinnock will not inherit his father's title upon his death.


Kinnock worked as a research assistant at the Brussels European Parliament before becoming a British Council Development and Training Services executive based in Brussels in 1997. He held various positions with the British Council including director of its St. Petersburg office. Following the Russian authorities' closure of this office, Kinnock was posted to the British Council in Sierra Leone.


In 1996, Kinnock married Helle Thorning-Schmidt, who later became Prime Minister of Denmark. They met when both attended the College of Europe. The couple have two daughters.


Kinnock was born in Tredegar, Monmouthshire, the son of British politicians Glenys Elizabeth Parry and Neil Gordon Kinnock. He was educated at Drayton Manor High School, a comprehensive school in Hanwell, London. He studied Modern Languages at Queens' College, Cambridge, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. He studied for a Master of Arts (MA) degree at the College of Europe in Bruges, graduating in 1993.


Stephen Nathan Kinnock (born 1 January 1970) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Aberavon since the 2015 general election. His wife is the former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. His father, Neil is a former Leader of the Labour Party and was also a European Commissioner and Vice President of the European Commission. His mother, Glenys formerly served as a Labour Party MEP.