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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Paul Robert Kenward (born 1973) is a British businessman, managing director of British Sugar and a director of several other companies.

He is the husband of the British Conservative MP Victoria Atkins.[1]

Born in the Royal Borough of Greenwich,[2] Kenward was educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and was President of the Oxford Union in the Trinity term of 1996. Kenward's directorships include British Sugar, Pride Oils PLC, Westmill Foods, BE International Foods, Seedcote Systems Ltd., Germain's (UK) Ltd., the Wereham Gravel Company, ABF Grain Products, Mitra Sugar, Davjon Food and others.[3][4][5]

In May 2018 it was reported that Kenward was operating Britain's largest legal cannabis farm. His company produces a non‐psychoactive variety of the drug which is used in children's epilepsy medicine. His wife, Victoria Atkins, announced that she would no longer be speaking for the government on cannabis and some other aspects of her drugs brief, with the Home Office commenting that she had "voluntarily recused herself from policy or decisions relating to cannabis".[6][7][8]

References

  1. ^ Mr P.R. Kenward and Miss V.M. Atkins - Engagements Announcements in The Daily Telegraph at announcements.telegraph.co.uk
  2. ^ "KENWARD, PAUL ROBERT", in Register of Births for Greenwich Registration District, vol. 5B (1973), p. 834
  3. ^ Paul Robert Kenward at companieshouse.gov.uk, accessed 24 March 2019
  4. ^ Paul Kenward at bloomberg.com
  5. ^ A message from British Sugar MD, Paul Kenward at BritishSugar.co.uk
  6. ^ Gilligan, Andrew (13 May 2018). "Drug minister Victoria Atkins's husband oversees cannabis farm". The Sunday Times.
  7. ^ Sheebab Khan, Drugs minister accused of 'hypocrisy on a grand scale' over husband's involvement in legal cannabis farm in The Independent dated 17 May 2018
  8. ^ Bradshaw, Julia (25 October 2016). "British Sugar to cultivate cannabis plants in Norfolk for GW Pharmaceuticals". The Telegraph.


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