Chair: Conor Burns MP
Conor was born in Northern Ireland in 1972 although at a young age his parents moved the family from Belfast to Hertfordshire where Conor grew up.
Elected to Parliament for Bournemouth West in the general election of 2010 Conor was elected to serve as a member of the Education Select Committee. However he relinquished this role when he was promoted by the Prime Minister to serve as a Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Northern Ireland office. After the 2015 general election Conor was appointed as a Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Treasury. Following Theresa May's appointment as Prime Minister she asked Conor to serve as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP.
More about Conor: https://www.conorburns.com/
Vice Chairs: Lyn Brown MP, Anneliese Dodds MP, Patricia Gibson MP, Lord Toby Harris
Treasurer: Will Quince MP
APPG Report Highlights Young People At Risk To Fraud This Christmas
APPG LAUNCHES INQUIRY INTO YOUNG VICTIMS OF FINANCIAL CRIME
Today, Wednesday 14 February 2018, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Crime and Scamming launches a review into how young people can be protected from financial crime.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Crime and Scamming held its first event in Parliament on Monday 4th December 2017, a briefing by Superintendent Peter Ratcliffe of City of London Police.
Superintendent Ratcliffe briefed Members of Parliament, Peers and other stakeholders o...
The Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West, Conor Burns MP, has this week launched a new All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Crime and Scamming.
Fraud is currently the number one volume crime in the UK. The most recent Office of National Statistics England and Wales Crime Surv...