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    United Kingdom: a minister, rising star of the Conservative Party, resigns because of chronic migraines

    British Conservative MP Dehenna Davison relinquishes her post as minister because of chronic migraines which significantly impair her “ability to carry out her role”.

    His place within the British Conservative Party – the ruling party – was increasingly significant. After conquering the Labor stronghold of Bishop Auckland, in the north of England, Conservative MP Dehenna Davison joined the government in 2022.

    Aged only 29, she was promoted to Minister for Equal Opportunities, Housing and Communities by Prime Minister Liz Truss and then kept in this position by the current resident of 10 Downing Street, Rishi Sunak. A career that she is forced to put on hold due to chronic migraines.

    “Unfortunately, for some time I have suffered from chronic migraines, which has had a significant impact on my ability to carry out my role,” she wrote in her resignation letter to Rishi Sunak.

    She adds: “Some days I am fine, but other days I find it difficult, if not impossible, to meet the demands of ministerial life – and the timing of those days is never predictable.”

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    “Unconditional support” for the government

    Faced with repeated migraine attacks which reduce her abilities, Dehenna Davison prefers to withdraw from government because she “does not think it is right to continue to assume this role”.

    Chronic migraines, often underestimated by those close to patients, have “a strong impact on quality of life”, explains Ameli health insurance. They force the person – women are 2 to 3 times more affected than men – to stop their activities and isolate themselves in peace and darkness.

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    “At such a critical time for equal opportunities I believe that people in communities like mine, and across the country, deserve a minister capable of giving his work the energy it needs,” underlines -she while saying “regret not being able to do it anymore”.

    Replaced in this position by Conservative MP Jacob Young, the politician assures that she will continue to provide her “unconditional support” to Rishi Sunak’s government from “the backbenches”.

    Continue your fight for “better justice”

    “Serving as Minister for Equal Opportunities has been a huge privilege that I will always remember,” she said. (…) I am proud of what has been accomplished since I held this role. “.

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    Before announcing that she was giving up her post as minister, she had expressed her wish to withdraw from Parliament during the next elections to devote more time to “life outside politics – mainly to (her) family”, notes the BBC.

    She wants to devote these last months of parliamentarians to “two things”: ensuring that the next candidate for the northern England constituency keeps his seat and to his fight for “better justice” for the “victims of a assault and punch and their families.

    Dehenna Davison made it her great cause because her father was himself killed with a single punch outside a pub when she was only 13 years old.

    Source: BFM TV

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