Sir Graham Brady
|Chairman of the 1922 Committee|
26 May 2010 – 24 May 2019
Sir Christopher Chope
|Preceded by||Sir Michael Spicer|
|Succeeded by||Cheryl Gillan Charles Walker|
|Shadow Minister for Europe|
14 September 2004 – 29 May 2007
|Succeeded by||Mark Francois|
|Parliamentary Private Secretary |
to the Leader of the Opposition
6 November 2003 – 8 September 2004
Serving with Alistair Burt
|Preceded by||Owen Paterson|
|Succeeded by||Desmond Swayne|
|Member of Parliament |
for Altrincham and Sale West
|Assumed office |
1 May 1997
|Preceded by||Fergus Montgomery|
Graham Stuart Brady
20 May 1967
Salford, Lancashire, England
|Residence||Altrincham, Greater Manchester|
|Alma mater||St Aidan's College, Durham (BA)|
Sir Graham Stuart Brady MP (born 20 May 1967) is a British Conservative Party politician. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Altrincham and Sale West since 1997. He served as a Shadow Minister for Europe under four Conservative leaders before resigning in 2007 in protest at David Cameron's opposition to grammar schools.
On 1 December 2010, Brady was voted "Backbencher of the Year" by The Spectator. He resigned as 1922 Committee Chairman on 24 May 2019 in order to launch a bid for Conservative Party leadership in the weeks that followed.
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