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Luke Pollard was born on 10 April, 1980 in Plymouth, Devon, England, is a British Labour and Co-operative politician. Discover Luke Pollard'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 43 years old?

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 10 April, 1980
Birthday 10 April
Birthplace Plymouth, Devon, England
Nationality United Kingdom

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Pollard is the first Plymouth MP to have been born in the city since the Plymouth-born Michael Foot represented Plymouth Devonport from 1945 to 1955.

In his maiden parliamentary speech, Pollard called for more frigates to be built for the Royal Navy.

He campaigned to stop the sale of HMS Ocean to Brazil and for the retention of HMS Albion and HMS Bulwark both based in his Plymouth constituency.

He also called for a new base for the Royal Marines after any move from their historic home at Stonehouse Barracks in Plymouth.

Pollard sat on the Transport Select Committee until his appointment as a shadow minister.

He made a proposal to extend the M5 motorway to Plymouth.


Luke Pollard (born 10 April 1980) is a British politician who has served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport since 2017.

He is a member of the Labour and Co-operative parties.

Pollard was born in Plymouth at Freedom Fields Hospital on 10 April 1980.

He grew up in Devon.

His father was a submariner in the Royal Navy based at HMNB Devonport and his mother worked at the College of St Mark and St John.


He was elected as the campaigns officer for the students' union in 2000 and then as president of the students' union (called the Guild of Students at Exeter) in 2001.

He worked as an advisor to the Labour politicians David Jamieson and George Foulkes before becoming account director at public relations and marketing firm Edelman.


Pollard was educated at Tavistock College and Christleton High School before studying politics at the University of Exeter, graduating with first-class honours in 2001.

He specialised in the politics of the European Union and international terrorism.


After that he was the head of public affairs for the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) from 2009 to 2013, a role which included lobbying on aspects of the Consumer Rights Directive 2011 related to the travel industry, then head of European development for ABTA until 2014.


Pollard unsuccessfully contested the South West Devon constituency in 2010 and the Plymouth Sutton and Devonport constituency in 2015, before winning the latter seat in 2017 from the Conservative incumbent Oliver Colvile on a swing of 7.2%.


He was a director at Field Consulting from 2015 until his election in 2017.

Before his election, Pollard was an organiser for the campaign to erect a memorial for Plymouth politician and former Labour leader Michael Foot in one of the city's parks.


In July 2017, he was appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Labour's shadow environment secretary, Sue Hayman.

Hayman cited reasons for appointing him including his advocacy for Plymouth's fishing interests and his advocacy for Plymouth University academic Martin Attrill's proposal for Plymouth Sound to become the UK's first national marine park.

Pollard convinced his party to adopt the establishment of national marine parks as policy.

In November 2017, Pollard supported a campaign to erect a statue to mark the centenary of the election of his predecessor Nancy Astor, as the first woman to take her seat in the House of Commons.


He was appointed as The Shadow Minister for Flooding and Coastal Communities on 30 July 2018, a part of The Shadow environment team led by Hayman.

Pollard led a campaign to prevent the early release of serial abuser Vanessa George who abused babies and toddlers at the Little Ted's nursery in Plymouth.

He supported proposed changes to the law to "require the Parole Board to take into account any failure by a prisoner serving a sentence for unlawful killing or for taking or making an indecent image of a child to disclose information about the victim", as had been the case for George.


He presented his first private member's bill in June 2019, seeking funds to recycle the thirteen retired nuclear submarines which are stored in his Plymouth constituency.

The Nuclear Submarine Recycling (Reporting) Bill passed its first reading but did not proceed further.

Pollard was re-elected in 2019, with the Conservative candidate coming second and the former Conservative MP and Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe a distant third.

He was promoted to shadow environment secretary after Hayman lost her seat in 2019.


As shadow environment secretary, he argued for amendments to the 2020 Fisheries Bill to require fish from the UK's quota to land in UK ports and to give more quota access to smaller-scale fishers.

In the 2020 Labour Party leadership election and deputy leadership election, he nominated Keir Starmer and Rosena Allin-Khan and endorsed Starmer and Angela Rayner.

He was described by the i newspaper as a "rising star" who could be re-appointed as shadow environment secretary or made shadow transport secretary if Starmer became leader of the Labour Party.

Pollard remained in his post as shadow environment secretary's in Keir Starmer's Shadow Cabinet.

On 30 August 2021, Keir Starmer announced that Daniel Zeichner would become acting Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in place of Pollard until the 2021 Labour Party Conference to allow Pollard to spend more time with his community after the Plymouth shooting.

He resumed his role on 5 October 2021.

Pollard departed The Shadow cabinet in the 29 November 2021 reshuffle, after being asked to step down by Starmer.

Politics Home reported that he opted to return to the back benches rather than take on a junior shadow ministerial brief of his choice.

However, he returned to the front bench as Shadow Armed Forces Minister on 3 February 2022.

Pollard lives in Stoke, Plymouth with his partner.