Marsha De Cordova

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Marsha de Cordova
MP
Marsha de Cordova Official Parliamentary Photo.jpg
Official Parliamentary Photo, 2017
Shadow Minister for Disabled People
Assumed office
10 October 2017
Leader Jeremy Corbyn
Preceded by Marie Rimmer
Member of Parliament
for Battersea
Assumed office
8 June 2017
Preceded by Jane Ellison
Majority 2,416 (4.4%)
Lambeth Borough Councillor
for Larkhall ward
In office
22 May 2014 – 3 May 2018
Preceded by Peter Robbins
Personal details
Born (1976-01-23) 23 January 1976 (age 44)
Website marshadecordova.co.uk


Marsha Chantol de Cordova (born 23 January 1976) was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Battersea at the 2017 general election. She defeated the Conservative Minister Jane Ellison. In October 2017, she was appointed Shadow Minister for Disabled People, following the resignation of Marie Rimmer.

Political activity

De Cordova was a Labour Party councillor for the Larkhall ward on Lambeth Council. De Cordova was elected in 2014 with 1,809 votes and 19% of the overall vote, finishing ahead of the two other Labour candidates. After becoming an MP, she did not seek re-election in the 2018 local elections