Andrea Leadsom was first elected as the Conservative Member of Parliament for South Northamptonshire in 2010, following a 25-year career in the financial sector and 10 years working as a Charity Trustee of OXPIP, the Oxford Parent Infant Project.
In Parliament and beyond, Andrea campaigns on her three major areas of interest: reform of the European Union through her work as co-founder of the Fresh Start Project; reform of the banking system, as a Member of the Treasury Select Committee, particularly with regard to increasing competition and removing barriers to entry; and establishing a national network of parent-infant psychotherapeutic support services for families and their newborn babies through her new charity, PIP UK, and the 1001 Critical Days campaign, a cross party initiative to re-think how statutory services support new families.
In April 2014, Andrea was appointed Economic Secretary to the Treasury. In May 2015, she became the Minister of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
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