David Morris MP lives in Bare and was educated in Hong Kong and Lowton (Lancashire).
Before entering Parliament in May 2010, David was a hairdresser, trained by one of Europe's leading stylists Pierre Alexander. For many years David ran his own successful salon and property business.
In the 1980's David worked as a songwriter associated with Pete Waterman's world famous ' hit factory.'
His father Alan is a retired Royal Navy Officer. Recently David chose to follow in the footsteps of his Dad by taking part in the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme. David now serves as a Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy.
On days off, David enjoys spending time with sons, Thomas and Robert, playing the guitar and is a car enthusiast.
Since being elected as the MP for Morecambe & Lunesdale, David has secured the building of the M6 Link Road and has hosted a major debate about installing sea defences at Sunderland Point.
David sits on the All Party Media Literacy Committee, the Science & Technology Committee, the Space Committee and was recently appointed Patron for the Association of British Drivers.
Campaigning in Morecambe & Lunesdale
The nuclear power industry is a major employer in the constituency. Heysham 1 & 2 generate 5% of the national grid, David is actively campaigning to have Heysham 3 built.
David holds the plight of park home owners dear to him and has been campaigning for a better deal for park home owners in the constituency.