Nigel Huddleston MP

Member of Parliament for Mid Worcestershire

Vice chair of the Conservative Party for Young People

Nigel has more than 20 years business experience – having spent 17 years as a management consultant in the US and UK and the last four years as the Industry Head of Travel at Google.

At the 2010 General Election Nigel stood as the Conservative candidate for Luton South where he more than halved the Labour majority. He has also been a district councillor.

Nigel was the first person in his family to go to University and the first person from his Midlands comprehensive school to get into Oxford University.

He is married to Melissa whom he met while studying for a Masters Degree in business at UCLA in California. They have a son aged 8 year and a daughter aged 6, who both attend local state schools in Worcestershire where they live.

Nigel’s political priorities include: creating an environment in which businesses can thrive and generate jobs; the provision of decent local health and education services; and protecting the rural environment and way of life.

Nigel was elected as the Conservative MP for Mid Worcestershire in 2015.

News

Mid Worcestershire MP raises improvement of the A46 in Parliament

In one of the final parliamentary question sessions before the summer recess, Mid Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddleston pushed the Housing, Communities and Local Government Secretary – James Brokenshire – on improvements to the A46 transport corridor.

A Charter for the future of the BBC

Nigel Huddleston, MP for Mid Worcestershire and a member of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee has welcomed the Government’s draft BBC Charter which builds upon the BBC White Paper and subsequent Select Committee report.

Mid Worcestershire MP wrties to Chancellor on Broadband investment

Nigel Huddleston MP has one of more than 100 cross-party MPs and Peers to have written an open letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne MP, urging him to continue investing in fixed and mobile broadband as part of the Spending Review and in the future.

MP raises investigatory powers at PMQs

Nigel Huddleston MP used a Prime Minister’s Question in Parliament on Wednesday to raise the new Investigatory Powers Bill with the Prime Minister.  He welcomed the legislation but highlighted the need for safeguards on the security services’ powers.

New Enterprise Allowance helps business start-up's in Mid Worcestershire

Nigel Huddleston MP has welcomed new figures showing that 70 people in Mid Worcestershire have been supported to start their own business thanks to the Government’s New Enterprise Allowance scheme since 2011 but has called on more people to come forward and take advantage of it.

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