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Steve Reed (Steven Mark Ward Reed) was born on 12 November, 1963 in St Albans, is a British politician and Member of Parliament for Croydon North. Discover Steve Reed'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 60 years old?
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In April 2020, Keir Starmer appointed him shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. He does not hold responsibilities for Housing in England, as Thangam Debbonaire serves as Shadow Secretary of State for Housing as, if Labour form the next government, they will create a separate government department for housing.
In June 2018 Reed attempted to get a bill through parliament to make hospitals reveal details about how and when they use physical force against patients and provide hospital staff with training about unconscious bias against minority groups like young black men with mental health problems. Reed noted the death of his constituent, Olaseni Lewis, who died aged 23 during use of restraint at Bethlem hospital. A filibuster by Philip Davies prevented the bill succeeding. Reed's bill was passed on 6 July 2018; it requires that police attending mental hospitals to apply restraints to wear body cameras.
On 27 June 2016, Reed resigned as Shadow Minister for Local Government as part of the mass resignation of the Labour Shadow Cabinet against Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour party. He supported Owen Smith in the 2016 Labour leadership election.
In the 2015 general election, Reed was re-elected with 33,513 votes (a 62.5% share, up 6.6% from the previous General Election in 2010) and a majority of 21,364 (39.9%) with a 62.3% turnout.
Reed was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 Birthday Honours for services to local government.
In October 2013 Reed was appointed a Shadow Home Office Minister by Labour Leader Ed Miliband.
Reed's first attempt to enter Parliament was in Lambeth, contesting the Labour nomination for the Streatham constituency in 2008, on the retirement of Keith Hill. In March of that year, Reed was beaten to the nomination by Chuka Umunna. On 3 November 2012, Reed defeated former Croydon Council leader Val Shawcross by three votes to become the Labour candidate for Croydon North. The by-election followed the death of the former MP for Croydon North Malcolm Wicks and was won by Reed on 29 November 2012.
Reed was named one of the three most influential council leaders in the country by the Local Government Chronicle in 2011 and was the highest-ranked Labour politician in the 2010 Pink List compiled by The Independent on Sunday.
In May 2010, Reed launched a consultation on plans to turn Lambeth into the country's first co-operative council intending to deliver better services more cost-effectively by giving more control to communities and service users, reported in The Guardian newspaper as a possible new model for Labour in local government. The final report of Lambeth Council's Cooperative Council Commission laid out the plans for achieving this objective and Lambeth Council put a transformation plan into effect.
After Labour won back control of Lambeth Council in 2006, Reed was appointed the council's leader. During his tenure, Lambeth went from being rated London's worst-run borough, with a one-star rating in the Audit Commission's annual inspection in 2006, to having a three-star rating in 2009. At the 2010 election, Labour gained seats from the Liberal Democrats and Conservatives, making it the first time that Labour had been re-elected to lead in Lambeth for twenty years.
Reed first stood for the Lambeth London Borough Council in the 1998 election and won the Town Hall ward (now Brixton Hill). In 2002 Labour lost control of Lambeth council to a Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition and Reed was elected leader of the opposition.
Reed was born and raised in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and his family worked at Odhams printing factory in Watford until it closed down in 1983. Around this time, he joined the Labour Party. He went on to study English at Sheffield University. He worked in the educational publishing industry from 1990 to 2008.
Steven Mark Ward Reed OBE (born 12 November 1963) is a British Labour and Co-operative Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Croydon North since 2012. He was the Leader of Lambeth Council from 2006 to 2012. Reed, since April 2020, has been the Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.