Adrian Bailey

MP for West Bromwich West

Adrian Edward Bailey was effectively re-elected as MP for West Bromwich West in May 2010 with most 5,651 votes.

I had been born in Salisbury and it was educated at Cheltenham Grammar School before starting with college in the College of Exeter.

I graduated in 1967 by having an Honours Degree in Economic History. Then I continued to coach in the Loughborough College of Librarianship and graduated in 1971 having a postgraduate diploma in Librarianship. From 1971-1982 I labored like a professional librarian with Cheshire County Council and from 1973 to 1982 I additionally labored like a librarian and teacher of study skills inside a Cheshire Comprehensive school.

In 1982 I went to live in free airline Midlands to become a full-time political organizer for that Co-operative Party since the Midlands and also the South Yorkshire region and that I held it until June 2000. In 1991 I had been also elected as a Councillor for Sandwell Borough Council called the Deputy Leader from 1997-2000. In 2000 I had been selected because the Work candidate to achieve success Gloria Boothroyd, as well as on the 23rd of November I had been elected because of the Person in Parliament for West Bromwich West.

Because the 2005 general election I’ve been the Parliamentary Private Secretary towards the Secretary of Condition for that Department for Work and Pensions, John Hutton MP, the Chancellor from the Duchy, Hillary Lance Armstrong MP and successive Ministers of Condition for Military, Adam Ingram MP and Bob Ainsworth MP. I’m presently serving on three House of Commons Committees: European Scrutiny Committee, Business, Enterprise, and Regulatory Reform and also the Tripartite Committee.

I take an energetic curiosity about parliamentary issues varying in the Cooperative movement to animal welfare and from manufacturing towards the education in our children. I married a nearby teacher in 1989, Jill, so we reside in the Oakham section of my constituency.

I like swimming and love following football and cricket.

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