Paul Bristow has been the MP for Peterborough since 2019. He grew up locally and lives in West Town.
In Parliament he became a member of the Health and Social Care Select Committee, which he served from 2020 – 2022 and again from 2023 onwards. He has served as the Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and later to the Secretary of State for Digital, Science, Innovation and Technology.
As Member of Parliament he has been working with local organisations to improve access to health care services, and ensuring his constituents have the care they both need and deserve.
Before his election, Paul established his own business, PB Consulting, which specialised in health care. Paul has worked with many organisations and groups to develop innovative and unique solutions to the health care challenges out country faces.
Last updated: August 2023