Knowledge Identifier: +Damian_Green
Born in 1951.
Countries: United Kingdom (70%), Kent (17%), Berkshire (10%)
Linked to: Conservative Party, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, Labour Party, Reading School
In 1978 he was appointed by BBC Radio as a financial journalist, before joining Channel 4 News as a business producer in 1982
Green entered Parliament in the 1997 election by winning the seat of Ashford in Kent
He spoke on the environment from 1999 and was promoted to the Shadow Cabinet by Iain Duncan Smith in 2001 as the Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Skills
In 2003, Michael Howard gave him the position of Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
He returned to the frontbench under the leadership of David Cameron in 2005 as a spokesman on home affairs and shadow minister for immigration
On 16 April 2009, the Crown Prosecution Service announced that it was not going to bring a case against either Green or Galley as there was "insufficient evidence"
Democratic Unionist Party - In October 2017, DUP held a similar reception at the Conservative Party conference, which was attended by leading Conservative figures including First Secretary of State Damian Green, Brexit Secretary David Davis, then-Chief Whip Gavin Williamson, and party chairman Patrick McLoughlin