An Interview with Margot James MP (19th September 2012)

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In this short interview Andrew Tromans discusses the future of the Coalition, party funding, Lords reform and the economy with Margot James, Conservative MP for Stourbridge in the West Midlands. Margot James is the Deputy Chair Person of the Conservative Party and has since being elected to the House of Commons in 2010, been heavily involved with BIS (Department for Business Skills and Innovation).

Margot James is widely held to be a rising star within the Conservative party, seeming to embody much of David Cameron’s modernising agenda.  To date, Margot James has largely voted with the government in this parliament and could in time, appear on the front benches of British politics.