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George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer and MP for Tatton, 2010.
 

George Osborne MPGeorge Osborne was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Tatton, Cheshire, in June 2001. Winning with a majority of 8,611, he replaced Martin Bell and became the youngest Conservative MP in the House of Commons. He was re-elected in May 2005 and again in May 2010, finally being rewarded with the cabinet position of Chancellor of the Exchequer in the new coalition government.

As the MP for Tatton he has helped secure some notable victories for his constituents - including saving Knutsford Crown Court, preserving direct trains services to Wilmslow and stopping Manchester Airport changing its departure routes.

George was born in London in May 1971. He was educated at St Paul's School, London, and at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he read modern history. At Oxford he was a demy (scholar) and joint editor of the University magazine Isis. He was also a Dean Rusk scholar for a semester at Davidson College, North Carolina. After a short spell as a freelance journalist, George joined the Conservative Research Department in 1994 and became Head of the Political Section. From 1995-7 he was the Special Adviser at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and worked in the Political Office at 10, Downing Street. From 1997-2001 George was Political Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition and Secretary to the Shadow Cabinet.

George is married to the writer Frances Osborne, whose first book Lilla’s Feast was published by Doubleday in hardback last autumn. They have two young children and they live in London and Cheshire.


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George Osborne MPGeorge was born in London in May 1971. He was educated at St Paul's School, London, and at Magdalen College, Oxford, where he read modern history. At Oxford he was a demy (scholar) and joint editor of the University magazine Isis. He was also a Dean Rusk scholar at Davidson College, North Carolina. From 1994-5 he worked in the Conservative Research Department and became Head of the Political Section. From 1995-7 he was the Special Adviser at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and worked in the Political Office at 10, Downing Street. From 1997-2001 George was Political Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition and Secretary to the Shadow Cabinet. In that capacity he helped write William Hague's speeches and prepare him for Prime Minister's Questions.

George is married to Frances. The have two children: Luke, who was born a week after the 2001 General Election, and Liberty, who was born in June 2003. They live in London and Cheshire.

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