Matthew Hancock

MP

Former Bank of England economist Matthew Hancock is the Conservative MP for West Suffolk. As minister for skills he is responsible for apprenticeships, further education and sixth forms. With a record number of people taking part in apprenticeships, Hancock plays an integral role in their creation and development. Hancock previously held the role of chief of staff to George Osborne. He became a parliamentary under-secretary after only two years as an MP. After training as a jockey for a charity event he became the first MP to win a horse race since World War I, and he also took part in record-breaking cricket match in the Arctic as the most northern cricket game ever to be played.

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