James Brokenshire died at the age of 53 after battling lung cancer. Fans are speculating if he was a smoker. He has been suffering from lung cancer.
James Brokenshire was a renowned male politician from the UK. He was a member of the parliament of the UK since 2005.
In May 2005 general election, he became a member of the parliament for Hornchurch defeating John Cryer by 480 votes, and later on, became a member for Old Bexley and Sidcup until his death.
Moreover, James’s political career was on the hype ever since. From 2018 to 2019, he served as a secretary of State for Housing, Communities, and Local Government.
As per the Sun, Conservative Political Party member James passed away in Darrent Valley Hospital in Kent on October 8, 2021.
Was The Politician James Brokenshire A Smoker? Illness Disclosed
The father of three kids James was a non-smoker. He revealed that he never smoked or touched tobacco in his life.
Reportedly, the former attorney James was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2018, and he has been under observation 24 hours ever since.
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We have been studying in college and school that lung cancer is caused due to smoking. About 80% of lung cancer is caused by smoking, but he claims that he never smokes. His right lung was removed at Guy’s Hospital in 2017.
In fact, he was in the early stage of lung cancer and has been hospitalized to cure the disease.
James Brokenshire Smoking Habit Revealed Online
People are anticipating that James has a smoking habit. It’s unbelievable that a person who never smoke was suffering from lung cancer.
A statement on behalf of the Brokenshire family on the death of James Brokenshire MP pic.twitter.com/sKknyCQ1Ow
— James Brokenshire (@JBrokenshire) October 8, 2021
His fans and fellow political members are paying tribute to the departed soul via Twitter and were sharing their deepest condolences to Brokenshire’s family.
James BrokenShire Wife And Children Details
James was blissfully married to his wife Cathrine Anne Mamelok in 1999. They are inseparable until October 2021.
Nevertheless, James was not only an outstanding politician, but also a caring father, supportive colleague, and inspiring husband. He was survived by his wife and three children, two daughters, and a son.
It was all of a sudden he noted blood in his cough and went for a body check-up. The physician told him he has early-stage lung cancer. It might be shocking for him as well. Is it possible to have lung cancer without smoking cigarettes?