Charlotte Leslie's career:
She attended Badminton School and Millfield.
After studying Classics at Balliol College, Oxford University, she went on to work for the BBC and the Policy Exchange think-tank specialising in education (especially special needs education) before becoming an adviser to the Shadow Secretary of State for Education and Skills, David Willetts. Until her election to Parliament, she was the editor of Crossbow Magazine, the quarterly journal of the Bow Group Conservative Party think tank. She made her maiden speech on 2 June 2010.
Leslie is a member of rail campaign group Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways
He was educated at Highgate School, and the University of Exeter, where he read for a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and a Master of Arts in Russian and East European politics. At Exeter he took the issue of compulsory membership of the National Union of Students to the European Human Rights courts, which decided his application was manifestly ill-founded.
Halfon initially worked as Chief of Staff for the Conservative MP Oliver Letwin and as Political Director for Conservative Friends of Israel. He contested the Harlow seat in both 2001 and 2005, losing by just 97 votes on the second occasion.
After the 2010 general election, he was elected to the executive of the 1922 Committee of backbench Conservative MPs. He made his maiden speech on 2 June 2010. On 19 July 2010 he hosted the launch of the Friends of Israel Initiative at the House of Commons.
Halfon is a member of the Prospect trade union and a campaigner for Conservative supporters to become more involved in trade unions.
He is a supporter of homeopathy, having signed several early day motions in support of its continued funding on the National Health Service sponsored by Conservative MP David Tredinnick.
Elizabeth Truss is comp educated and has worked for Shell and Cable and Wireless, and been a councillor- so she's better.
Mensch- res ipsa loquitur.