Prior to becoming the MP for North Swindon, Justin was formerly a nightclub manager after graduating with a Business degree from Oxford Brookes University. He then became a local businessman, owning and running a printing and marketing company in Swindon.
He was elected in 2010, achieving one of the biggest swings in the country (10.1%) to overturn Labour’s majority, securing himself a 7,060 majority. At the 2015 General Election, Justin was re-elected as the MP for North Swindon with an increased majority of 11,786.
In Parliament he focused on consumer issues, business and promoting sport. Alongside Martin Lewis and Carol Vorderman, he ran the successful campaign to include financial education in the national curriculum. He was also made a Small Business Ambassador for the South West.
After the 2015 election, Justin was invited by the Prime Minister to become a part of the Conservative majority Government and serve as the Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Disabled People.
Away from politics, Justin is a huge sports fan, particularly football and cricket. He regularly watches Swindon Supermarine and Swindon Town, and occasionally plays for the Parliamentary football team.
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