Andrew Percy was re-elected as Conservative MP for Brigg and Goole on May 7th 2015 with 22946 votes, taking 53.0% of the vote.
Andrew was born and raised in East Yorkshire and now lives in the village of Airmyn, near Goole where he serves as a local Parish Councillor.
He graduated from York University and undertook post-graduate study in Leeds.
Andrew trained and worked as a secondary school teacher, specialising in History.
Andrew got involved in the party as a teenager by helping out delivering leaflets for the local branch. Since then Andrew has served the local area as a Councillor for some years. Andrew is also Vice Chairman of the Hull and Goole Port Health Authority.
Andrew is also a supporter of a number of pressure groups including, the Countryside Alliance, The National Trust and The Campaign Against Political Correctness. He is also a member of the teaching union VOICE (Professional Association of Teachers).
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