MY WORK ON A MORE ENTERPRISING CONSERVATISM

21st June 2017

Having spent fifteen years as an entrepreneur before coming to Parliament, one of my central missions as a Member of Parliament has been to champion the role of enterprise and business as the engine of our prosperity, as well as campaigning to make our public sector and Government work in a much more business-like manner.

This is a mission I have taken through my work as Government Life Science Adviser, Minister at the Business and Health departments and as Chair of the Prime Minister’s Policy Board and Chair of the Conservative Policy Forum.

As we look towards a future outside the European Union, this mission is more vital than ever. Fundamentally, we don’t just need a Government for enterprise, but a more enterprising Government.

This is an agenda I have set out in a range of articles over the last seven years (click here), and am taking forward with a new campaign this Parliament.

Job Advert

CHIEF OF STAFF

Westminster

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Publications

25th August 2017 We Tories must shake off this hostility to business and embrace entrepreneurial capitalism by George Freeman | The Telegraph


18th August 2017 Introducing the Big Tent Ideas Fest by George Freeman | Reaction


6th July 2017 Enterprise in the public sector is the way to end austerity. by George Freeman | The Times


12th June 2017 Where is the mandate now? In Parliament. And why we need a Government that shows it’s listening... by George Freeman | The Telegraph


29th September 2016 Theresa May's big thinker - an interview with George Freeman. by George Eaton | New Statesman


5th July 2016 It’s all about economic confidence and leadership now, so I'm backing Theresa May to be Prime Minister. by George Freeman | The Telegraph


22nd June 2016 Jo Cox was the flag carrier of a new generation of MPs. by George Freeman | The Times