Jonathan Gullis is the Conservative MP for Stoke-on Trent North, having first been elected to Parliament in 2019, gaining the seat from Labour with a majority of 6,286.
The constituency of Stoke on Trent North had previously been held by the Labour Party ever since the Second World War, but with 72.1% of the population supporting Brexit in the 2016 EU referendum, it fell to the Conservatives in 2019. Representing a pottery constituency, Gullis is the Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Ceramics.
Born in 1990, Jonathan Gullis was educated at Oxford Brookes University. He worked as a school teacher and head of year at a Birmingham secondary school, before being elected to Parliament. He is a member of the NASUWT trade union, and secretary of the Conservative Education Society.
A supporter of Brexit in the 2016 EU referendum, Gullis is a member of the European Research Group of Conservative MPs.
He has a wide range of political interests, and is a member of the All Party Parliamentary Groups on Apprenticeships, Boxing, Child and Youth Crime, Coalfield Communities, Education, the Film Industry, Rail, School Exclusions, School Food, and the West Midlands.
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Website – www.jonathangullis.com
Twitter – @JEGullis