MPs

Eddie Hughes MP

Member of Parliament for Walsall North

Eddie Hughes was born in Birmingham. The son of a bus driver, he went to school in north Birmingham before studying Civil Engineering at the University of Glamorgan.

Margot James MP

Member of Parliament for Stourbridge

Minister of State for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Margot 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.

Sajid Javid MP

Member of Parliament for Bromsgrove

Home Secretary​​​​​​​

Sajid is a proud British-born son of an immigrant bus driver. He was raised in tough neighbourhoods and made the most of state schools to win a place at Exeter University. Sajid then went on, at the age of 24, to become the youngest Vice President in the history of Chase Manhattan Bank and was later headhunted by Deutsche Bank to help raise investment for developing countries.

Marcus Jones MP

Member of Parliament for Nuneaton

Vice Chairman of the Conservative Party

The people of Nuneaton deserve an MP who fights for their interests and stands up for our communities – which I’ve done since being elected in 2010. I’ve lived in the Nuneaton area all of my life and my wife and I are raising our family here. As a local person, I understand the issues that concern you because they also concern me, my family and friends. 

Daniel Kawczynski MP

Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury and Atcham

Daniel was first elected as MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham in 2005. Since being re-elected in 2010 with an increased majority, he has served as Parliamentary Private Secretary in DEFRA and for the Secretary of State for Wales.

Julian Knight MP

Member of Parliament for Solihull

Born in 1972 on a council estate, Julian’s father left home when he was ten. His mother  - a telephonist – had to work two jobs to keep a roof over their heads. So Julian went out to work at 16, while studying, times were very tough as the household debts built up. But Julian got through it and he became the first member of his family to make it to University.

Jeremy Lefroy MP

Member of Parliament for Stafford

A qualified chartered accountant, Jeremy has a background in manufacturing, international trade and agriculture. From 1989 to 2000, he and his family lived in Tanzania where he worked in the coffee industry. On returning to the UK, he worked assisting smallholder farmers in East Africa, until his election to Parliament in 2010.

Rachel Maclean MP

Member of Parliament for Redditch

Midlands born and bred, Rachel went to the local comprehensive school and is a working Mum with four grown up children and a rescue dog, Phoebe. She's a Midlands girl born and bred, and has spent most of her life in the Solihull and Birmingham area. She will be moving as soon as possible to make her family home in Redditch. She currently lives in Dorridge, a 10 minute drive from Redditch, and she knows Redditch well from visiting over the years for work, and to bring her cub pack kayaking on the Arrow Valley Lake. 

Amanda Milling MP

Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase

Government Whip

Amanda Milling is the Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase and was born in Burton upon Trent and brought up in a nearby Staffordshire village. It is here where as a teenager she started getting involved with the Conservative Party delivering leaflets for her County Councillor. Since graduating from University College London, Amanda has built up a successful career in market research. Specialising in financial services, Amanda has represented the views of the public in many of the leading banks and building societies.

Andrew Mitchell MP

Member of Parliament for Sutton Coldfield

Andrew Mitchell has been MP for Sutton Coldfield since 2001. Previously he was the MP for Gedling from 1987 to 1997. During this period he held office as a Government Whip and as Minister for Social Security. He also served as a Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party from 1992 to 1993. In November 2003 he was appointed Shadow Minister for Economic Affairs and subsequently Shadow Minister for Home Affairs.