Inadorable

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The Honourable

Inadorable

Leader of the Labour Party
In office
7 July 2021 – 22 August 2021
Preceded byOhprkl
Succeeded byModel-kyosanto
Deputy Speaker of
the Northern Ireland Assembly
Assumed office
1 October 2021
Preceded bymodel-slater
Deputy Leader of
Llafur Cymru
Assumed office
24 August 2021
Preceded byIts_Mr_Rose
Deputy Leader of
Social Democratic and Labour Party
Assumed office
14 October 2021
Preceded byVacant
Deputy Leader of
Labour Party of Northern Ireland
In office
23 September 2021 – 14 October 2021
Preceded byPost Abolished
Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
In office
7 July 2021 – 22 August 2021
MonarchElizabeth II
Preceded byOhprkl
Succeeded byModel-kyosanto
First Secretary of State
In office
27 March 2021 – 7 July 2021
Preceded byOhprkl
Succeeded byLily-irl
Member of Parliament
for Merseyside
Assumed office
2 August 2021
Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
for East Londonderry
Assumed office
6 June 2021
Member of the Scottish Parliament
for Glasgow Shettleston
Assumed office
4 April 2021
Member of the Senedd
for Llanelli
Assumed office
4 April 2021
Personal details
Political partyLabour
Other political
affiliations
Social Democratic and Labour Party (2021)
Scottish National Party 2021
Pronounsshe/her they/them

Inadorable, also known as Ina is a British Labour Party Politician, currently serving as the Deputy Leader of Llafur Cymru.

Personal Life

Ina was born Ina Maria Joanne Dorable in Wolverhampton. She's polyamorous and has two partners, as well as a dog, her favourite pet animal. Ina claims to be the best player of the game "Voltorb Flip" in Parliament.

Political Career

Ina joined the Labour Party at 15 years old and quickly grew to be a local councillor in Wolverhampton. In 2020, she became a member of Parliament for an East Midlands list seat, later becoming a list MP for London. Whilst there seemingly is little of note in her time as Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, she has been active in her role as Education Secretary. Her maiden speech was a statement to the House of Commons regarding the funding of the Department of Education, the backlash to which ended with a motion of contempt in and the resignation of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, chainchompsky1.

On the 7th of June, Inadorable was forced to stand down as Labour Party Chair as a result of the UEFA EURO 2020 Semi-Finals between Denmark and England, and elected Leader of the Labour Party later that day. As leader, she led the Labour Party into the August 2021 General Election, in which the Party won 18 seats, down one from February that year. Following a failed merger with the Progressive Workers Party, Inadorable stood down as leader of the Labour Party.