Paul Scully UK Net Worth 2023, Age, Wife, Children, Height, Family, Parents, Salary

Paul Scully

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Paul Scully is a British politician serving as Minister of State for Local Government and Building Safety since 2022 and Minister for London since 2020. A member of the Conservative Party, he has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sutton and Cheam since 2015. Paul Scully served as Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party for the London region from 2017 to 2019, having been appointed by Theresa May to replace Stephen Hammond who had the Conservative whip withdrawn for rebelling against the government over the EU withdrawal bill.

Scully was promoted to Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party after Boris Johnson was appointed Prime Minister in July 2019. He was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets and Minister for London in the February 2020 reshuffle. In July 2022, he became Minister of State at the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities after Kemi Badenoch resigned during the 2022 United Kingdom government crisis.

Early life

NamePaul Scully
Net Worth$4 million
Age54 years
Paul Scully net worth 2023

Paul Stuart Scully was born on April 29, 1968 (age 54 years) in Rugby, Warwickshire, United Kingdom. His father’s family was originally from Burma. He was privately educated at Bedford School in Bedfordshire and the University of Reading. He moved to London after graduating and ran a number of small businesses. Scully joined the Conservative Party after the 1997 general election. He had previously voted for the Referendum Party, a Eurosceptic, single-issue political party that was active in the United Kingdom from 1994 to 1997.

Political career

Paul Scully unsuccessfully stood as the Conservative candidate in the Wallington South ward of the London Borough of Sutton Council elections in 2002 but was subsequently elected in the Carshalton Central ward in 2006. He was the Leader of the Opposition on Sutton Council for three of his four years as a councillor. However, he lost his seat to the Liberal Democrat candidate at the following local election in 2010.

Scully worked as a parliamentary aide for Conservative MPs Andrew Pelling, Shailesh Vara and Alok Sharma, and set up a public relations company called Nudge Factory Ltd in 2011 in addition to his work as a local councillor. He was selected as the Conservative Party candidate and subsequently elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sutton and Cheam in 2015, and was re-elected in the 2017 general election.

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In September 2017, he was appointed as the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Brunei, Thailand and Burma and was the Parliamentary Private Secretary to Baroness Evans, the Leader of the House of Lords between November 2017 and January 2018. He is “very proud” of his Burmese heritage. In a parliamentary debate on 22 October 2015, he stated, “I am, I believe, the first Member of the British Parliament to be of Burmese heritage.”

Paul Scully visited Myanmar for the first time in February 2016. He has been active in human rights issues in Burma, especially the Rohingya refugee situation and is the Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Burma. He has written about his experience of being one of the first British MPs to visit the Kutupalong refugee camp during the 2017 mass movement.

Scully campaigned for a Leave vote in the 2016 EU referendum and was a supporter of the campaign group Leave Means Leave. In May 2016, it was reported that Scully was one of a number of Conservative MPs being investigated by police in the United Kingdom general election, 2015 party spending investigation, for allegedly spending more than the legal limit on constituency election campaign expenses.

He resigned as a director and Company Secretary of the property management firm, Brunswick Terrace Residents Association Ltd, that same month. In May 2017, the Crown Prosecution Service said that, while there was evidence of inaccurate spending returns, it did not “meet the test” for further action.

In June 2017, comments made by Scully at an election hustings event and on a regional BBC politics programme relating to building a new hospital in Sutton were criticized by health campaigners as representing an acceptance of closing some existing local medical facilities, such as the St Helier Hospital. Scully argued that he still remained committed to retaining facilities at the St Helier Hospital, where he had previously volunteered.

In October 2017, Scully was reported to be one of four serving MPs who had a business interest in lobbying companies, despite recent attempts to limit the industry’s access to Parliament. After being elected as an MP, Scully remained a director of the company Nudge Factory Ltd and owned a 40% stake in it. An article alleged that the company’s clients included property firms developing land in and around his South London constituency.

Paul Scully resigned as a director of the company on 16 October 2017 and Emma Scully took on the role of Company Secretary the same day. The article referred to a Parliamentary Question that Scully had tabled about the time it takes to bring derelict land back into use, with his supplementary question covering the matter of land owned by the NHS and targeted by Sutton council on which to build a biotech campus.

Scully’s business partner, Ahzaz Al Rouf Chowdhury, denied the allegations, responding that Scully stopped taking a salary from the company before being elected and that he had never asked any parliamentary questions prompted by the company or its clients. On 15 December 2017, Scully was confirmed as the Conservative Party’s new Vice Chairman for London, following the sacking of Stephen Hammond two days earlier for his failure to vote with the Government on a key vote relating to the United Kingdom departing the European Union.

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He helped manage the Conservative Party’s campaign in the 2018 London local elections, where the party registered their lowest-ever number of seats in the capital, but made a number of gains on the London Borough of Sutton Council. In February 2020, Scully joined the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy as the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Small Business, Consumers and Labour Markets, succeeding Kelly Tolhurst. He was also appointed to the position of Minister for London, succeeding Chris Philp.

In July 2021, in response to a question about vaccine passports, Paul Scully described himself as a libertarian conservative. On 22 October 2021, Scully talked out a bill that would outlaw the practice of sacking employees and hiring them back on worse terms and conditions, which resulted in the bill failing. Scully said that he did not disagree with the intent of the bill, but did not think it was the best means to achieve it. He said: “The unambiguous message is that bully-boy tactics of fire-and-rehire, for use as a negotiating tactic, is absolutely inappropriate.”


Paul Scully was married to his first wife Emma Scully until they divorced. The couple had two children together. However, on 7 July 2022, he was appointed a Minister at the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities as part of the caretaker government by outgoing Prime Minister Johnson, succeeding Kemi Badenoch. He remains as Minister for London. He remained in this role in the Truss Ministry. As of mid-2022, Paul Scully has no wife or partner after separating from his first wife Emma Scully.

Paul Scully net worth

How much is Paul Scully worth? Paul Scully net worth is estimated at around $4 million. His main source of income is from his career as a politician. Paul Scully’s salary per month with other career earnings is over $450,000 dollars annually. He is one of the richest and most influential politicians in the United Kingdom. His remarkable career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. Paul Scully stands at an appealing height of 1.75m and has a good body weight which suits his personality.