George Freeman MP Mid Norfolk, Conservative, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Life Sciences), Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Department of Health

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George Freeman

Most spoken phrases

Last updated 3rd Jun 2009

  1. Israeli settlements
  2. Northcote Road shops
  3. Dangerous dogs petition
  4. Clapham Junction tube
  5. Heathrow expansion
  6. Health services
  7. Fly tipping

This information is based on the most frequently spoken phrases by this representative.

Biography

  • Born:

    12/7/1967
  • Positions

    PPS to Gregory Barker as Minister of State for Climate Change, Department of Energy and Climate Change 2010-12; Adviser on Life Sciences to David Willetts as Minister of State for Universities and Science 2011-13; Trade Envoy to the Philippines 2014-; Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Life Sciences), Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Department of Health 2014-.
  • Electoral history

    Contested Stevenage 2005 general election. Member for Mid Norfolk since 6 May 2010 general election.
  • Political interests

    Constitution, crime, civil society, localism, rural economy, universities and innovation, biotechnology, healthcare reform.
  • Party groups

    Founding member, 2020 group 2011-.
  • Countries of interest

    France, USA.

Election record for Mid Norfolk, 05 Jun 2010

Party Percentage of votes
Conservative 49.43%
Liberal Democrat 22.17%
Labour 17.43%
Name Party Votes % of votes
Freeman, George Conservative 25,123 49.43
Newman, David Liberal Democrat 11,267 22.17
Hughes, Elizabeth Labour 8,857 17.43
Coke, Richard UK Independence Party 2,800 5.51
Birt, Timothy Green 1,457 2.87
Kelly, Christine British National Party 1,261 2.49
Majority 13,856 votes
Electorate 74,260
Turnout (50,831) 68.45%

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