DAVID HENRY RUTLEY (born 7 March 1961 ) is a Conservative politician
who is the member of parliament for Macclesfield . He was first
elected in 2010 .
* 1 Early life and career
* 2 Parliamentary career
* 3 Personal life
* 4 References
* 5 External links
EARLY LIFE AND CAREER
David Rutley was born in 1961. He was educated at the Priory School,
Lewes . He was educated at the
London School of Economics
London School of Economics and Harvard
Business School .
Before his election to Parliament, Rutley spent most of his career in
business, and worked as a senior executive in major companies
Asda (where he ran the Home Shopping and E-commerce
PepsiCo International , and then latterly, Halifax
General Insurance and
Rutley has worked as a
Special Adviser (1994–96) in the last
Conservative Government at the Treasury, the Cabinet Office and the
Ministry of Agriculture. During this time, Rutley helped shape the
Budget and initiate the first ever White Paper for rural England.
A one time advisor to cabinet minister William Waldegrave in the
early 1990s, he stood unsuccessfully as a Conservative Parliamentary
candidate for St Albans at the 1997 general election .
Rutley was elected to Parliament at the 2010 General Election for the
Conservative-held safe seat of Macclesfield .
Afetr becoming an MP in May 2010, Rutley was elected to the
influential Treasury Select Committee and served on the Committee
until his appointment in November 2010 as Parliamentary Private
Damian Green , the Minister for Immigration. When Green
left office in the 2014 reshuffle, Rutley became PPS to David
Lidington MP in the Foreign Office. He is also the Co-Chairman of the
All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Mountaineering and the Vice
Chair of the APPG on National Parks, as well as being a member of
several other APPGs, including those on: China, Pharmaceuticals and
Rutley was opposed to
Brexit prior to the 2016 EU membership
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* ^ "No. 59418".
The London Gazette
The London Gazette . 13 May 2010. p. 8740.
* ^ "
David Rutley MP". BBC Democracy Live. BBC. Retrieved 25 July
* ^ http://www.davidrutley.org.uk/about-David
* ^ "
David Rutley MP". Democracy Live. BBC. Retrieved 7 February
* ^ Goodenough, Tom (16 February 2016). "Which Tory MPs back
Brexit, who doesn’t and who is still on the fence?". The Spectator.
Retrieved 11 October 2016.
* ^ Letts, Quentin (19 February 2010). "A£265 vac