The struggle for equality between men and women on the world stage is not over yet. British politician Justin Greening convincingly argues that women can work as well as men. She has held ministerial positions in the UK government.
Justina Greening began her public career as a secretary in the Putney County Council. After a while, she was elected by the city legislature from the three boroughs of Putney, Rohampton and Southfield, which are considered a suburb of London. Justina conscientiously performed her duties and maintained regular contacts with local residents.
The future voter rights activist was born on April 30, 1969 in an ordinary British family. Parents lived in the small town of Rotherham. My father served in the police. The mother worked as a salesman in a stationery store. The girl was prepared from an early age for an independent life. Justin received her primary education at a local secondary school, where children from low-income groups studied. For her academic success, she received a government scholarship and entered the University of Southampton.
As a student, Justin joined the ranks of the Conservative Party. After graduating from university, she devoted herself entirely to party work. She had to solve a variety of issues and problems with which voters turned to her. Greening saw and knew how ordinary taxpayers live. At the same time, she did not shy away from heated discussions on topical topics. In 2005, she won the elections to the House of Commons. This event made Justine famous, as her rival was a member of the Labor Party with a million dollar fortune. The deputy mandate allowed her to act on a larger scale.
In the fall of 2011, Greening was appointed Minister of Transport. She had to organize traffic flows in London and other cities where the 2012 Olympics were held. After successfully completing the task, Justina took over as Minister for International Development. At the same time, political analysts note that she achieved the greatest success in the post of Minister of Education. Greening praised the educational system that operated in the Soviet Union. And she not only appreciated it, but also applied it in many ways in the UK.
Recognition and privacy
Greening has shown her pragmatism, creativity and organizational skills when introducing elements of the Soviet system into public schools. The results of these efforts can be seen and evaluated by 2024.
Justin prefers not to talk about her personal life. For several years she maintained a relationship with party comrade Mark Clarke. However, they could not become husband and wife. Greening was painfully overwhelmed by the breakup. Today she lives alone.