Macclesfield (House of Commons)
Mr David Rutley MP (Conservative)
Surgery: Friday 21st September 2012
2.30 - 4.30pm
Poynton Civic Centre
Off Park Lane, Poynton SK12 2RB
Friday 5th October 2012
2.30 - 4.30pm
Former Members' Room, 1st Floor,
Macclesfield Town Hall SK10 1DX
Friday 12th October 2012
3.30 - 4.30pm
Disley Community Centre,
Off Buxton Old Road, Disley SK12 2BB
Friday 2nd November 2012
Citizens' Advice Bureau
Sunderland Street, Macclesfield SK11 6JF
Surgery Tel: 02072 197106
MP Since - 2010 Majority - 11,959 Born - 07/03/1961. Married (Rachel), 2 boys, 2 girls.
Education - Lewes Priory School, East Sussex London School of Economics Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.
Previous Occupation - Political Adviser. Businessman. Former Investment Manager with venture capital company and Management Consultant Business Development Director, Pepsico International (1991-93). Management Consultant, Safeway plc (1996-99), Asda, Barclays and Halifax General Insurance.
Personal Overview - Selected in October 2009 to replace expenses-smeared Tory grandee Sir Nicholas Winterton as Conservative candidate for the safe seat of Macclesfield. He has had a successful business career behind him prior to his Westminster election. In 2004 he was the brainchild of the Asda campaign to offer Swiss nationals free eye tests in the UK following the disallowing of Sol Campbell's goal in Englands 2-1 defeat to Portugal in the Euro 2004 Championship; the referee was the Swiss Urs Meier. Had his 1997 attempt been successful he may now already have been a member of the Tory frontbench, as it is he is likely only to enjoy a truncated spell as a Government minister and became a PPS in the 2010 Parliament.
Political History - Vice Chairman, London Conservative Students (1984-85), Member, Bow Group Council (1985-86, 1991-93), Deputy Chairman, Brent South Conservative Association (1992-93), Vice Chairman, Hammersmith Conservative Association (1993-95), Special Adviser to William Waldegrave (as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Minister of Agriculture and Chief Secretary to the Treasury) (1994-96), Parliamentary Candidate for St Albans (1997), Member for Macclesfield (2010-). Member of the Treasury Select Committee (2010-11). PPS to Damian Green as Minister of State for Immigration and as Minister of State for Police (2010-).
Characteristics - His wife is a physiotherapist. A keen rock climber he spends much of his leisure time in the Peak District which forms a large part of his Macclesfield constituency.
Business Tel: 020 7219 3000
Interests: Agriculture,General Economy,Health,Rural
- All-Party Parliamentary Group on Rebalancing the British Economy (Member)
- All-Party Parliamentary Group for Mountain Rescue (Vice Chairman)
- Mountaineering Group (Chairman)
- All-Party Parliamentary Group on National Parks (Secretary)
- West Coast Main Line Group (Member)
- British-Danish Group (Member)
- British-Icelandic Group (Member)
- British-Slovenia Group (Member)
- British-Swedish Group (Member)
North West (European Parliament)
Mr Paul Nuttall MEP (UK Independence)
MEP Since - 2009 Born - 1977. Married.
Education - Savio High School. Hugh Baird College. North Lincolnshire College (HND Sport Science) Edge Hill University BA (Hons) History. Liverpool Hope University, MA History. City and Guilds 7307 Teaching Qualification. Certificate in Education. Liverpool Hope University, PhD History (Pending).
Previous Occupation - History Lecturer at Hugh Baird College (2002-06). Lecturer in History at Liverpool Hope University (2003-06). European Parliamentary Assistant and Political Advisor to John Whittaker MEP (2006-08).
Personal Overview - Effectively replaced former UKIP MEP John Whittaker at the 2009 European Elections who he had worked for as an assistant at the Parliament for several years. Has an academic background as a lecturer in the Merseyside area. Politically, he has achieved relatively rapid promotion within the party in recent years, becoming Party Chairman in 2008. In terms of European politics, he has gained experience through his work for John Whittaker MEP, he has also acted as a political consultant to Godfrey Bloom MEP and has been Editor of the Bulletin from Brussels Magazine. As well as opposing Britain's membership of the European Union, his political interests include campaigning against political correctness as well as campaigning to save post offices and British pubs.
Political History - Joined UKIP (2004). General Election candidate for Bootle (2005). Candidate for Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (2006,07,08). Chairman of South Sefton UKIP Branch (2005-2006). Secretary of Young Independence (2008-). Political Consultant to Godfrey
Bloom MEP (2008-09). Chairman of UKIP (2008-). MEP North West Region (2009-). Member of the Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (2009-). Substitute member of the Committee on Culture and Education (2009-11).
Other Information - Member of the Executive Council of the United Commonwealth Society (2007-). Member of the Campaign Against Political Correctness (2006-). Member of the Freedom Association.
Intergroups - N/a.
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Interests: Saving Post Offices from closure,Campaigning against Political Correctness
- Environment, Public Health & Food Safety (Member)
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