Anne was elected to Parliament in 2005, and re-elected in 2010 and 2015 with increased majorities.
As St Albans' MP, she has developed a reputation as a tenacious local campaigner who is a fierce advocate for the St Albans constituency.
Anne has been an ardent opponent of inappropriate developments such as the proposed Radlett rail freight terminal, and further integration into the EU; as well as a strident supporter of local schools and hospitals, and animal welfare.
In 2009 Anne was elected chair of the APPG on Bangladesh.
Born in 1957 in Cardiff, Anne graduated with a BA in English from Swansea University and later a postgraduate certificate in Education from Sheffield University.
In 1978 Anne and Stephen married, and three children, Nick, Claire and Jennifer, followed. Stephen sadly died of cancer, aged 34. In 1995 Anne married Andrew, an IT Director, and she has since had a fourth child, a son called Alexander.
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