On May 6th 2010 Dr Phillip Lee was elected as the Member of Parliament for the Bracknell Constituency at the General Election and was subsequently re-elected with an increased majority in 2015.
Dr Lee studied Human Biology and Biological Anthropology at King’s College, London and Keble College, Oxford, before studying Medicine at St Mary’s Hospital at Imperial College in London.
He went on to work as a doctor at various hospitals in London, Slough and also Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Aylesbury before becoming a GP. As a GP he worked in practices across the Thames Valley and continues to practise locally on a part-time basis.
In Parliament, he was elected the Executive Vice Chairman of the Parliamentary Space Committee, was a Member of the Energy & Climate Change Select Committee, and served as a Vice Chairman of the Conservative Middle East Council (CMEC). He was also a member of various All Party Parliamentary Groups, including as Chair of the groups for Kuwait and Qatar.
His main parliamentary interests include: Health, Energy, Foreign Affairs, Science, Technology and Space.
In July 2016, he was asked by Prime Minister to serve in the Government as Minister Victims, Youth and Family Justice.
He lives with his wife and daughters and has travelled widely throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America.