Women do not have an unqualified right to bodily autonomy, according to a Tory MP. He stated that "women have an unequivocal right to physical autonomy," yet he disagrees.

He is a member of the British Conservative Party and has served as Devizes' MP in Wiltshire since 2019. Son of restauranteur and television broadcaster Prue Leith and writer and real estate developer Rayne Kruger, Kruger attended Eton College before going on to study history at the Universities of Edinburgh and Oxford.

After graduating from college, he worked for the Centre for Policy Studies before joining the Conservative Party as a policy adviser. He made the biggest energy bill claim of any Westminster MP in 2020–2021.

Who Is Danny Kruger's Mother And Wife?

Danny Kruger was born to South African parents. His mother is Prue Leith, a restaurateur, and television host, and his father, Rayne Kruger, a writer cum real estate developer.

He was born on 23 October 1974 in Westminster.


Emma, a former teacher, is married to Danny Kruger. They both helped start the nonprofit organization Only Connect. He is an ardent follower of Christ. He received punishment after his puppy started a stampede in Richmond Park in London by chasing a herd of 200 deer.

He attended Eton College on a private scholarship. Kruger attended the University of Edinburgh to study history. His tenure as editor of the university's Intercourse magazine included a contentious issue that featured three naked students and a massage parlor advertisement.

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Learn Danny Kruger Comments About Abortion

When it overturned the Roe v. Wade decision last week, the US Supreme Court eliminated the right to an abortion for everyone nationally. According to Kruger, it is unclear why the US is being lectured about a ruling that would place the power of decision-making over this political issue in the hands of the states' democratic decision-makers rather than the judiciary.

Stella Creasy, a Labour MP, told Kruger that abortion was "really a human rights issue for many of us." Following the Supreme Court's decision, each US state is now free to outlaw abortion if they so want.

For his statement, people are commenting back on social media. One wrote, "the body of any woman, is not a ‘proper topic for political debate’. Your comments are utterly reprehensible, shameful, and inexcusable. I am furious that you—an MP elected to represent all your constituents well—had the gall to say this in the Commons."

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More To Know About Danny Kruger

In 2001, following graduation from college, he was appointed director of research at the center-right think tank Centre for Policy Studies. At the general election in 2005, Kruger was chosen as the Conservative nominee for the Sedgefield constituency, taking on Prime Minister Tony Blair.


He was the author of David Cameron's 2006 speech to the think tank Centre for Social Justice, which became known as the "hug-a-hoodie" speech, and was cited as a plea to reposition the Conservative Party with compassion at its center. When there is so much debate on abortion in the US, according to MP, people shouldn't "lecture" the country about the Supreme Court's decision to end the right to an abortion.

On November 9, 2019, Kruger was chosen as a parliamentary candidate for Devizes, a safe Conservative seat. He posted numerous tweets in favor of Dominic Cummings and Mary Wakefield's alleged lockdown violation in May 2020, referring to them as, "old pals."

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