MPs

Lucy Allan

Lucy was elected as the Member of Parliament for Telford at the 2015 General Election, after having been a Councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth from 2006-12. As a councillor, Allan became chairman of a Safer Neighbourhoods Panel, and now sits on the Education Committee. Lucy founded Family First Group, a lobby group which campaigns to reduce the number of children in state care, for improvements to the UK child protection system and support for families affected by it.

Heidi Allen

Heidi was elected to Parliament in 2015, representing South Cambridgeshire. Originally from Notton, Yorkshire, Heidi has years of business experience in a variety of industries, both in the public and private sectors. For the last six years, Heidi had been the managing director of her family’s manufacturing business. She now sits on the Work and Pensions Committee.

Victoria Atkins

Victoria is the MP for Louth and Horncastle, elected in the 2015 General Election with an unprecedented majority of 14,997, more than 50% of the vote. She read law at Cambridge University and became a criminal barrister, specialising in prosecuting serious organised crime. She is one of only 30 advocates in England and Wales appointed to the Attorney General’s Regulatory Panel and the Serious Fraud Office’s List of specialist fraud prosecutors. Before her election to the House, Victoria stood as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire in 2012.

Kemi Badenoch

Kemi Badenoch is the Member of Parliament for the Saffron Walden, elected on 8 June 2017. Before being elected to Parliament she was a Conservative member of the London Assembly, acting as the GLA Conservative’s spokesperson for the economy, and sat on both the Transport Committee and Policing and Crime Committee. Prior to the Assembly, Kemi was a Director at the Spectator magazine and before that an Associate Director at Coutts & Co.

Harriett Baldwin

Harriett was elected as the Member of Parliament for West Worcestershire in May 2010, where she has lived since 2006. Harriett was appointed to become the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Russia before joining the Government in February 2014 as Assistant Government Whip. In the July 2014 reshuffle she was promoted to Lord Commissioner to HM Treasury. Following her re-election in 2015, Harriett became Economic Secretary to the Treasury (City Minister). In July 2016, Harriett was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State in the Ministry of Defence responsible for Defence Procurement.

Karen Bradley

Karen was selected for her home seat of Staffordshire Moorlands in July 2006 and was returned as the Member of Parliament at the General Election on 6th May 2010, with a majority of 6,689; a swing of 5.7% from Labour. Karen has served as the Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime and the Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime. Karen was promoted to Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport in the Government reshuffle on 14th July 2016.

Fiona Bruce

Fiona was first elected as Member of Parliament for the Congleton Constituency in 2010 with a majority of 7,063, and re-elected in 2015 with an increased majority of 16,773. In 2017, she was re-elected again, with her highest share of the vote (57% - 31,830 votes.)

Prior to entering Parliament, Fiona Bruce practised as a solicitor, setting up her own business, and was national winner of the business woman of the year award “Women into Business” for the founding and successful development of her Law Firm Fiona Bruce & Co LLP, based in Cheshire.

Maria Caulfield

Maria is the Member of Parliament for Lewes, elected at the 2015 General Election. Before this, Maria worked as a nurse at the Royal Marsden hospital where she was a Research Sister leading a team in the field of breast cancer research. She became involved with the Conservative Party after joining a campaign to save local hospitals in the Brighton area, and was elected to serve on Brighton and Hove City Council in 2007. For several years she held the role of Deputy Regional Chairman for the South East Conservatives. Now, she sits on the Women and Equalities Committee.

Jo Churchill

Jo was elected in May 2015 as the Member of Parliament for Bury St Edmunds. She is a wife and mother of 4 daughters and has run two successful contracting companies since 1994 specialising in scaffolding in the heritage sector. In 2013 she was elected as a Lincolnshire County Councillor, where she particularly focused on business and health. She has served as a school governor, and is now on the Environmental Audit Committee and the Women and Equalities Select Committee.

Thérèse Coffey

Before becoming a Member of Parliament in May 2010, Therese worked for the BBC in the Property Finance department.Therese was inspired to join the Conservatives by Derek Hatton, who destroyed her home city of Liverpool.