Keir Starmer’s Net Worth, Awards, Endorsements, Achievements, Contracts And Career Facts
Keir Starmer’s net worth is estimated to be around £1 million. He has made his money through his successful career as a barrister and also a politician.
Keir Starmer has also won a number of awards for his work in law and politics, including:
- The Queen’s Counsel Award (2002)
- The Guardian Public Lawyer of the Year Award (2008)
- Also the Law Society Gazette Criminal Lawyer of the Year Award (2009)
- As well as the Labour Party Leader of the Year Award (2021)
Keir Starmer has also been endorsed by a number of organizations and individuals, including:
- The Trades Union Congress (TUC)
- The Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
- The National Union of Teachers (NUT)
- The Fabian Society
- The Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform (LCER)
- The GMB Union
- The Unison Union
- The Unite Union
- Gordon Brown
- Tony Blair
- Ed Miliband
- Jeremy Corbyn
Keir Starmer has also achieved a great deal in his career as a barrister and a politician. He is one of the most respected lawyers in the UK and he has a proven track record of success in politics.
As Director of Public Prosecutions, Starmer oversaw a number of high-profile cases, including the prosecution of phone hackers and the investigation into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes.
As Leader of the Labour Party, Starmer has led the party to a number of electoral successes, including winning the 2021 Hartlepool by-election and the 2022 Wakefield and Tiverton and Honiton by-elections.
Keir Starmer is also currently serving as Leader of the Labour Party. His contract expires in 2024.
Keir Starmer was born in London on 2 September 1962. He studied law at the University of Leeds and St Edmund Hall, Oxford. After graduating, he also worked as a barrister, specialising in human rights and public law. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2002.
In 2008, Starmer was also appointed Director of Public Prosecutions. He was the first person to hold this position without having been a judge. During his time as DPP, he oversaw a number of high-profile cases, including the prosecution of phone hackers and the investigation into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes.
Starmer resigned as DPP in 2013 to enter politics.
Starmer is a moderate Labour politician.