Anna Soubry was re-elected as Conservative MP for Broxtowe on May 7th 2015 with 24163 votes, taking 45.2% of the vote.
Anna went to the Hartland in Worksop where she completed her O and A levels.
Anna went on from there to read Law at Birmingham University and subsequently trained as a barrister. It was at Birmingham where Anna first joined the Conservative Party and has been a member ever since.
At Birmingham Anna was involved in student politics was elected as the first female Conservative to the National Union of Students Executive.
After working as a reporter at a local newspaper in Stirling, Anna got a job at Grampian TV in Aberdeen as a reporter and presenter on North Tonight. After two years at Grampian, Anna joined Central TV as a reporter on Central News East.
During her time at Central, Anna was the shop steward of the National Union of Journalists.
Towards the end of Anna's time in television Anna worked on This Morning and other programmes for Channel 4 and BBC 1.
In the mid 1990s, Anna left TV and returned to the Bar. Anna began working as a criminal barrister in the Midlands and practised up until three months prior to the 2010 General Election. Since 2010, she has worked in Parliament as Undersecretary of State for Public Health, Undersecretary of State for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans, Minister of State for Defence Personnel, Welfare and Veterans and Minister of State for Small Business and Enterprise.
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