Andrew Lansley

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"In 2010, following the General Election, Andrew was very proud to be appointed as the Secretary of State for Health by the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Prior to the election, Andrew served as Shadow Secretary of State for Health for 7 years while in Opposition....Andrew was educated at Brentwood School, Essex and the University of Exeter, where he was President of the Guild for Students. He began his own career as a civil servant, working at the Department of Trade & Industry... He is an active member of the Church of England." [1] wiki

His wife is Sally Low, is the managing director of Low Associates.


  • Council, Holocaust Educational Trust
  • MP for South Cambridgeshire, May 1997 –
  • Secretary of State for Health, May 2010 -
  • Shadow Secretary State for Health, November, 2003 – May 2010
  • Vice-President of the Local Government Association, 1996 -
  • Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office and Policy Review, June 1999 – September 2001
  • Vice Chairman of the Party responsible for Policy Renewal, May 1998
  • Director of the Conservative Research Department, 1990-1995
  • Deputy Director-General of the British Chambers of Commerce, 1987-1990
  • Principal Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon Norman Tebbit MP, 1984-1987

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  1. Andrew Lansley About, organizational web page, accessed August 3, 2012.