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Andrew Jones Member of Parliament for Harrogate & Knaresborough

Andrew Jones MP

Member of Parliament for Harrogate & Knaresborough

About Andrew

About AndrewAndrew Jones is the MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough. Originally from Ilkley and educated locally at Bradford Grammar School and Leeds University, Andrew lives in Harrogate, and before being elected an MP worked in sales and marketing for Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate.

He is a vice chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Stroke, the All Party Parliamentary Rail in the North Group and the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Green Belt.  Andrew is also a Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Department of Health and the Apprenticeship Ambassador in Parliament.

A passionate cricket fan, Andrew has been a member of Yorkshire County Cricket Club for over 25 years, and has travelled to several countries following England’s overseas test matches.

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Local MP supports call for heart donors for children

Local MP supports call for heart donors for children

MP for Harrogate & Knaresborough, Andrew Jones, has joined heart charity Children’s Heart Federation in its call to raise awareness of the need for more heart donors for children.  Opinion polls in the UK show the vast majority of population is in favour of organ donation but evidence shows low levels of awareness and the […]

A bike business not just about bikes

Veloheads was officially opened on Saturday morning by Andrew Jones MP and Rebecca Burnett, Harrogate Borough Council’s Cycling Champion. Veloheads can be found at Starbeck’s old laundry at Provincial Works, The Avenue, just at the start of the Greenway cycle track that takes you to Ripley.  From its 1200 foot square premises, the business offers cyclists […]

Local jobs boost as unemployment falls again

Andrew Jones MP has welcomed new figures showing that 1,115 fewer people in Harrogate & Knaresborough are claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance than in 2010, a 76 per cent fall. This means more people in work, with the security of a regular pay packet and a better future ahead of them. There are a record 30.79 million […]