Jared O'Mara

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Jared O'Mara
Jared O'Mara
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MP for Sheffield Hallam
Elected: Jun.2017
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Jared Cain O'Mara
Party: Independent (suspended from Labour Oct.25.2017)[1]
Labour Party page: Labour.org
Parliament page: Parliament.uk
Website: https://www.jaredomara.co.uk/
Twitter: @jomarampoffice
Facebook: Jared O'Mara MP Office
Wikipedia: Jared O'Mara
Email: jared.omara.mp@parliament.uk, Website Form, WriteToThem.com
House of Commons: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
HoC Tel: 020-7219-4298
Constituency Office: Redlands Business Centre, 3 - 5 Tapton House Road, Sheffield S10 5BY
Constituency Tel: 0114-213-8150
Activity Record:They Work For You, The Public Whip
Voting Record:The Public Whip, TheyWorkForYou, Hansard
Expenses: IPSA MP Costs + Expenses
Employment + Earnings o/s Parliament: TheyWorkForYou.com

Political CV

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The Guido Fawkes blog released derogatory comments posted online by O'Mara over 10 years previously. A media feeding frenzy ensued, following which O'Mara was suspended from the Labour Party and therefore having the party whip withdrawn.[1]
Sep.2017–Nov.2017 Member of the Women and Equalities Select Committee.[2][3]
Jun.2017 Labour Parliamentary candidate for the Sheffield Hallan constituency; returned.[4]
May.2016 Labour candidate for West Ecclesfield ward in the Sheffield Council election.[5]
May.2015 Labour candidate for Ecclesall ward in the Sheffield Council election.[6]
Feb.2005–Jul.2017 Director[7] at Paces,[8] a school and community resource for disabled people.
~2006 Campaign Officer, British Council of Disabled People (BCODP)[9]
May.2004 Labour candidate for East Ecclesfield ward in the Sheffield Council election.[10]
Nov.1981 Born in Sheffield.

Media Mentions

An MP has quit the Commons Women & Equalities Committee after comments he made online fifteen years ago, when he would have been around the age of 20, came to light. Do you think it is or is not reasonable to criticise politicians for comments they made many years ago? 53% of people think it is not. YouGov poll, Oct.24.2017.

"There is an entire generation now in their twenties and thirties who came to the internet when it was little more than a few forums... The teenagers of the mid-2000s weren't just unaware of the pitfalls of saying stupid shit online: they thought it was the perfect crime."

— Millennials Have an Online Past They Might Need to Worry About, Vice News, Oct.24.2017

Jim Waterson, political editor at BuzzFeed News, is a former Guido Fawkes Blog intern. Back in the day, both Guido (aka Paul Staines) and Jim were Drowned in Sound forum members.


Articles

  • Jul.03.2018: Labour reinstates suspended MP Jared O'Mara. Party’s ruling body gives MP formal warning rather than refer him for expulsion. Jessica Elgot, The Guardian.
  • 2018.01.23: Bradley vs O’Mara - Spot The Difference. Ben Bradley - let off with a slap on the wrist. Jared O'Mara - hounded out of Parliament. Zelo Street, Tim Fenton

References