Robert Jenrick MP
Robert was first elected Member of Parliament for the Newark Constituency in June 2014, when he won the hotly contested parliamentary by-election. He became the first Conservative to win a by-election in Government since William Hague was elected in the 1989 Richmond by-election. He was re-elected in May 2015 with a majority of almost 18,474 or 57% of the vote the largest majority in the history of the Newark constituency, and more than double that achieved in the by-election. Again in June 2017 Robert was elected with a majority of 18,149 or 63% of the vote, the highest vote share that a Conservative has ever won across the country.