Gavin Williamson

Conservative MP for Stone, Great Wyrley and Penkridge

@GavinWilliamson https://facebook.com/gavinforsouthstaffs

About your Member of Parliament

Your MP (Gavin Williamson) represents you, and all of the people who live in Stone, Great Wyrley and Penkridge, at the UK Parliament in Westminster.

MPs split their time between Parliament and their constituency. In Parliament, they debate and vote on new laws, review existing laws, and question the Government. In the constituency, their focus is on supporting local people and championing local issues. They have a small staff team who help with casework, maintain their diaries, and monitor their inbox.

What you can do

Support TheyWorkForYou's work in the new Parliament

TheyWorkForYou is run by mySociety, a small UK charity.

We're a very efficient operation and do a lot with a small team. At the moment TheyWorkForYou, which is used by millions of people each year, is run with less than the equivalent of one full-time person.

If we had a bit more money, we could achieve a lot more.

We want MPs to meet the standards and expectations of the people who elected them - you!

If you share that goal please donate today to enable greater transparency and accountability of the next government.

Learn more about our current work, and our new project WhoFundsThem - looking into MPs’ and APPGs’ financial interests.

Learn more about how we'll use your donation and other ways to help.

Profile

Conservative MP for Stone, Great Wyrley and Penkridge

Entered the House of Commons on 6 May 2010 — General election

Also represented South Staffordshire

Social Media

Expenses

Topics of interest

Gavin Williamson campaigned to remain in the European Union Source: BBC

  • Department for Transport
  • Communities and Local Government
  • Education
  • Culture Media and Sport
  • Department for Levelling Up
  • Housing and Communities
  • Railways: Edinburgh
  • Railways: North of England
  • Official Cars
  • Mass Media
  • Departmental Mobile Phones

Other offices held in the past

  • Minister of State (Cabinet Office) (Minister without Portfolio) (25 Oct 2022 to 8 Nov 2022)
  • The Secretary of State for Education (24 Jul 2019 to 15 Sep 2021)
  • The Secretary of State for Defence ( 2 Nov 2017 to 1 May 2019)
  • Chief Whip (14 Jul 2016 to 2 Nov 2017)
  • Member, Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (26 Jul 2010 to 28 Nov 2011)

Public bill committees (Sittings attended)

Recent appearances

  • High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (Instruction) (No. 3) 21 May 2024

    The hon. Gentleman is making an incredibly powerful argument, but he is also making an argument as to why this should be a wider discussion; it should not just be shunted upstairs. Does he agree that we need to open up this debate so that we can have bespoke, clear legislation to make this happen?
  • High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (Instruction) (No. 3) 21 May 2024

    I am conscious of the time, and we have a number of Members to get through. This debate is about fairness and scrutiny. For those living along the 24 km section of Northern Powerhouse Rail that is common with phase 2 and who will be blighted by this process, especially between Rostherne and Warrington, is it really fair that the route has not been defined? I do not think it is fair, because...
  • High Speed Rail (Crewe - Manchester) Bill (Instruction) (No. 3) 21 May 2024

    I guess I agree with a lot of what the hon. Member for Preston (Sir Mark Hendrick) says. We are talking about a programme that will deliver something for some people in the mid-2040s, which does not seem to be much of a dynamic, outcome-driven process. The hon. Gentleman wants to drive the programme through so that his constituents, and all of our constituents, can get to node 3 in the...

More of Gavin Williamson’s recent appearances

RSS feed (?)

Note for journalists and researchers: The data on this page may be used freely, on condition that TheyWorkForYou.com is cited as the source.

This data was produced by TheyWorkForYou from a variety of sources.

For an explanation of the vote descriptions please see our page about voting information on TheyWorkForYou.

Profile photo: © Parliament (CC-BY 3.0)