Jeremy Lefroy MP

Jeremy Lefroy was elected as the MP for Stafford in May 2010. Jeremy is a member of the Common's International Development Select Committee. Prior to his Parliamentary involvement, he had worked since 1986 in the coffee and cocoa business, including for eleven years in Tanzania. He is a co-founder and trustee of the charity Equity for Africa and serves as a non-executive director of the fair trade company Twin. He is a Trustee and supporter of Stafford Works, a charity that seeks to tackle unemployment - for more information, visit He attends Newcastle-under-Lyme Baptist Church where he helps with the young people’s work. He and Janet live with their two children in Keele, Staffordshire.