MPs

Lucy Allan MP

Member of Parliament for TelfordI have been campaigning on key local issues to help make Telford is a great place to live and work, including: bring better broadband to Telford and a direct rail link. I am working with local business to secure more opportunities for young people. I have been standing up for local people on issues that they care about.

Karen Bradley MP

Member of Parliamentary for Staffordshire MoorlandsSecretary of State for Culture, Media and SportKaren was born in the Moorlands and spent her early years in Cheddleton. She moved to nearby Buxton, when her parents took over the family business, the Queens Head Hotel – growing up over the pub gave her a unique introduction to people from all walks of life.  Karen attended her local comprehensive, Buxton Girls School, before going on to gain a BSc in Maths from Imperial College London.

Sir Bill Cash MP

Member of Parliament for StoneSir William Cash (Bill) has been a Conservative Member of Parliament since 1984 and has represented the Stone constituency since 1997. He is the elected Chairman of the House of Commons’ European Scrutiny Committee (2010-). In May 1984, he was elected as MP for Stafford where he remained until he was elected to the newly created constituency of Stone in 1997, being re-elected in 2001, 2005 and 2010. 

Philip Dunne MP

Member of Parliament for LudlowMinister of State at the Department for HealthPhilip was first elected as Ludlow's Member of Parliament in May 2005. He believes politicians can contribute most to their communities if they have experience of the world beyond politics.

Mark Garnier MP

Member of Parliament for Wyre ForestParliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for International TradeMark was born in 1963 in London and is married to Caroline. Together they have three young children; Edward, Jemima and George. Mark went to school at Charterhouse, in Surrey, before embarking on a career in the City of London in 1982.

Nigel Huddleston MP

Member of Parliament for Mid WorcestershireNigel 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.

Margot James MP

Member of Parliament for StourbridgeParliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial StrategyMargot James was born and raised in Coventry and graduated in economics and government from the LSE. Margot co-founded and grew a health care public relations company, which she sold to WPP in 1999.Margot served as a non executive board director of Parkside NHS Trust and is currently a governor of Redhill School and the LSE.