Nigel Adams MP
Member of Parliament for Selby and Ainsty
Nigel was elected as the Member of Parliament for Selby and Ainsty in May 2010 with a majority of 12,265 votes. In August 2010, he was appointed as Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to The Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, The Rt Hon Lord Strathclyde.
Stuart Andrew MP
Member of Parliament form Pudsey, Horsforth and Aireborough
In May 2010 Stuart was elected as the Member of Parliament for Pudsey, Horsforth and Aireborough and sits on the Welsh Affairs Committee. Stuart is particularly interested in health and is the Health MP for the cross-party group of MPs in Leeds. He is also a patron of the Westminster Health Forum.
Karen Bradley MP
Member of Parliament for Staffordshire Moorlands
Karen cut her general election teeth fighting the Parliamentary seat of Manchester Withington in 2005. She was selected as the candidate for Staffordshire Moorlands in July 2006 and was returned as MP four years later at the General Election on 6th May 2010, with a majority of 6,689: a swing of 5.7% from Labour.
Karen is a member of the House of Commons Select Committee on Work and Pensions and Vice-Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Maternity.
Fiona Bruce MP
Member of Parliament for Congleton
Fiona Bruce is national winner of the Business Woman of the Year Award “Women into Business” for the founding and successful development of her Community Law Firm Fiona Bruce & Co LLP.
As a Warrington Borough Councillor for 6 years – over 3 of them as an Executive Member, for Finance and Value for Money.
Aidan Burley MP
Aidan Burley is Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase. First elected in the 2010 General Election, he achieved the largest swing from Labour to the Conservatives in the whole country – a whopping 14.02%. After leaving Oxford University, Aidan worked as a researcher before joining an international firm of Management Consultants, where he specialised in projects designed to improve the Criminal Justice System. He also helped to deliver projects working closely with government departments such as the Home Office, Cabinet Office and the Department of Health, as well as the NHS.
Caroline Dinenage MP
Member of Parliament for Gosport
Caroline was elected to Parliament in May 2010, after being selected to fight the Gosport constituency in one of the UK’s very first postal open primaries. She achieved an increase in the Conservative vote of 7%, with a majority of 14,413. She initially gained valuable political experience as the Parliamentary Candidate for Portsmouth South in 2005.
Liam Fox MP
Member of Parliament for North Somerset
As well as his career in the NHS, Liam worked as a Civilian Army Medical Officer, which enabled him to see army life at first-hand. His time there has instilled in him a belief that the Government has a responsibility to look after the Armed Forces and their families.
Liam worked as a GP in Buckinghamshire and Somerset before becoming a Conservative MP in 1992. Liam has extensive government experience, from 2010-2011 he was the Secretary of State for Defence.
Matthew Hancock MP
Member of Parliament for West Suffolk
Matthew Hancock was elected as MP for West Suffolk at the 2010 election. Before moving into politics, he worked for his family business and later as a senior economic adviser and Chief of Staff to George Osborne.
Since becoming MP for West Suffolk, Matthew has been elected to the Public Accounts Committee, which scrutinises and questions the way that Government departments spend taxpayers’ money. He is also a member of the Committee on Standards and Privileges that adjudicates on MPs’ conduct.
Stephen Mosley MP
Member of Parliament for the City of Chester.
Stephen was first elected to Parliament in May 2010 and gained the constituency for the Conservative Party with a majority of 2,583. Before standing for Parliament in 2010 Stephen was a Chester City Councillor, first elected in 2000 for the Handbridge & St Mary’s ward until he stepped down in 2009. Between 2007 and 2009 Stephen was the Deputy Leader of Chester City Council.
Dominic Raab MP
Member of Parliament for Esher and Walton
On 21 November 2009, in one of the largest ‘open primaries’ held to date, Dominic was selected to represent the Conservatives in Esher and Walton. On May 6 2010, he was elected MP with 59% of the vote, increasing the Conservative majority by 13% with a turnout of 72%.
In January 2009, Dominic published his first book, The Assault on Liberty – What Went Wrong with Rights.
Simon Reevell MP
Member of Parliament for Dewsbury
In 2009 Simon was selected as the Conservative candidate for the seat of Dewsbury and in the early hours of 7th May 2010 Simon was confirmed as Dewsbury’s 3rd Conservative Member of Parliament in 142 years with a majority of 1526 after polling 18,898 votes.
Alec Shelbrooke MP
Member of Parliament for Elmet and Rothwell.
Alec was elected as a Member of Parliament in May 2010 with a majority of 4521 votes. Living in the heart of the constituency allows Alec to stay in touch with the issues that really matter to his constituents. Following six years as a Leeds City Councillor for the Harewood Ward, becoming a Member of Parliament for his home constituency is a huge honour for Alec.
In October 2010, the Prime Minister approved Alec’s appointment as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Transport Minister, the Rt. Hon Theresa Villiers.