Dr Phillip Lee MP
Phillip has been interested in politics since school. He joined the Beaconsfield Conservative Association in 1992. In 2001, he successfully ran in a local council by-election in Beaconsfield achieving a significant swing from the Liberal Democrats.

In the 2005 General Election Phillip was the Conservative Party Candidate for Blaenau Gwent in South Wales. Following that campaign, Phillip was elected Deputy Chairman (Membership & Finance) of Beaconsfield Constituency Conservative Association. In May 2006, Phillip was selected for the Conservative Party Priority List of Candidates.

From 2007 to 2008 he served as Deputy Chairman (Political). He is also on the Executive of the Conservative Friends of Bangladesh. In 2009 he joined Maidenhead Conservatives.

On May 6th 2010 Dr Phillip Lee was elected for the Bracknell Constituency at the General Election.

As a Member of Parliament he was elected the Executive Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Space Committee and a Member of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee. He is also a member of the Administration Select Committee as well as a member of various APPG’s. “

Blog Entries by Dr Phillip Lee MP

We Need to Tackle an Increasing Lifestyle Burden to the NHS

(45) Comments | Posted 28 November 2012 | (00:00)

The future of our healthcare service may be in jeopardy if we stand back and don't do anything about it. We have to act now before it is too late. Younger generations are in danger of not having the opportunity to enjoy the "free NHS" at the point of use...

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