Member of Parliament for North Warwickshire
Craig Tracey was born in Durham and attended the city’s Framwellgate Moor Comprehensive School. His family come from a mining background in the North East.
Craig started his own Insurance Brokerage business which he ran for 20 years before being elected as member of Parliament for his home constituency of North Warwickshire.
He lives in Shuttington, near Polesworth, and moved to North Warwickshire in 1997 where he met his wife Karen.
At the 2015 General Election, Craig polled 20,042 votes, a total of 42.3% of the vote. Despite North Warwickshire being Labour’s number one target seat, Craig increased outgoing MP Dan Byles’ majority from just 54 votes to 2973.
Craig Chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Women and Business, Co-Chairs the APPG on Breast Cancer and is a member of the APPG for Insurance and Financial Services. He is a member of the influential Business Innovation and Skills Select Committee, drawing on his experience of running a small business and the insurance industry.
In the North Warwickshire constiuency Craig continues to campaign for improved road safety, protection of the green belt, support for business to create jobs and apprentices and support for the local George Eliot Hospital. Craig also campaigns against HS2 and its devastating impact on his local constituency.