Paul Bristow MP - CDG's Parliamentary Champion in the House of Commons

Paul Bristow MP is the CDG's Parliamentary Champion in the House of Commons. Paul was elected as the Conservative MP for Peterborough at the 2019 General Election gaining the seat off the Labour incumbent with a swing of 3.3%. Paul is a member of the Commons Health & Social Care Select Committee and is passionate about improving the life chances and opportunities for disabled people. He is a member of a number of All Party Parliamentary Groups, including the one on Autism. Both of Paul's parents worked in the NHS and prior to his election to Parliament he was a successful businessman, and established his own Public Affairs and Communications Consultancy.

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The Rt. Hon. Maria Miller MP - President

The Rt. Hon. Maria Miller MP was elected the President of the CDG in March 2017. Maria was born in Wolverhampton on 26 March 1964. She is married to Iain Miller and they have three children, one daughter and two sons.