Women In Parliament

Mims is the proud to be the 380th woman elected to the House of Commons, and is the former Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Parliament. 

The group aims to increase the number of women in Parliament in all parties, and to encourage women to get involved in public life. In the role, Mims was responsible for coordinating events and debates that promote women's issues.

Highlights of her time with the group include organising celebrations for International Women's Day, leading a debate in Westminster Hall on barriers for women in standing for roles in local and central government, and developing a mentoring scheme for young girls in conjunction with Lloyds Banking Group. 







Mims Marks 100 Years of Women in Parliament

The Member of Parliament for Eastleigh, Mims Davies, has marked exactly 100 hundred years since the Representation of the People Act 1918 received Royal Assent.

Mims Hosts Women & Technology Roundtable

Mims Davies, MP for Eastleigh, was delighted to host a roundtable discussion in her capacity as Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Parliament.