Nigel Jones, the former MP and the current member of the House of Lords passed away on November 7. He was 74 at the time of his demise
Who is Nigel Jones?
Born on March 30, 1948, in Cheltenham, Nigel David Jones was a British Liberal Democrat politician. He served as a member of the parliament after winning the 1992 general election and continued to serve till 2005. He had previously contested in the 1979 General election but was unsuccessful
He also served as a member of the House of Lords from 2005 till his death in 2022. According to the source, he served in the IT industry for 25 years before entering politics.
While he was the MP, he and his assistant were attacked by a man named Rober Ashman in January 2000, which resulted in him having 57 stitches in his arm, but his assistant died in the attack. Robert was later found guilty of attempted murder. He married Katherine Grinnell in 1981 and was blessed with three children -Sam, Amy, and Lucy.
On November 7, the former MP passed away during surgery. He was 74 at the time of his death. His wife and his children survived him.
What happened to Nigel Jones?
According to the sources, Nigel Jones was undergoing surgery when he passed away on November 7. Further details have not been given.
How did Nigel Jones die?
The exact cause of his death is not disclosed, but according to the reports, Nigel Jones passed away while undergoing surgery. He was 74 when he died.
Nigel Jones Obituary:
The cause of Nigel Jones’s death is not known. However, it was reported that Nigel Jones died while undergoing heart surgery.
The funeral arrangements of Nigel Jones are yet to be announced. The former MP passed away on November 7. He was 74 at the time of his demise.