Paul Nuttall Net Worth
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|Date of Birth:||1976 November 30|
|First Name||Paul Andrew|
|Age:||47 years old|
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Paul Andrew Nuttall is a British politician who is best known for being the leader of the UK Independence Party. Furthermore, he is popular for being elected as the Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for North West England in 2009.
Nuttall early days and education
Andrew was born on November 30, 1976, in Bootle in Merseyside and went to Savio High School. He finishes his A-Levels from Hugh Baird College in Bootle. Whereas, he completed Higher National Diploma in Sports Science from North Lincolnshire College and studied History at Edge Hill University. He earns BA degree from Liverpool Hope University and received his MA specializing in Edwardian politics. In addition, he earns his Certification in Education from the University of Central Lancashire. And lectured at Liverpool Hope University between the year 2004 and 2006. During his tenure in college days, he was an avid footballer and became the member of Tranmere Rovers during 90’s. Nuttall claims himself to be a professional player in the team. Whereas, he stated to BBC TVs Question Time that he was one of the survivors of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.
Paul started his political journey by standing unsuccessfully for a local council election in 2002. He became the member of the Conservative Party and gain only 11% of the vote in Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council Election. Paul joined the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in the year 2004 and in 2008, he became founding secretary of Young Independence. He holds the UKIP’s fledgling youth wing for under 35 years old, until its first internal elections in 2009. Prior to the election, he became the chairman of UKIP and became the MEP for the North West England in 2009. Following the success, he became the UKIP’s deputy leader in 2010 while he successfully defended his position in 2013. In the July of 2016, he announced that he won’t stand in September 2016 UKIP leadership election. Following the resignation of Nigel Farage, Nuttall later again announced that he will run for the second UKIP leadership election. On the date November 28, 2016, he became the leader of the UK Independence Party with the majority of 62.2% vote. Apart from his political career and early life history, he has maintained high secrecy on his lifestyle and personal life. No source has stated anything about his financial source so far.
British PoliticianPaul Nuttall