Jesse Norman was educated at Oxford University (BA) and at University College London (MPhil, PhD). Among other things he has run an educational project in Communist Eastern Europe, been a director at Barclays, and taught philosophy at UCL and Birkbeck College. His books and pamphlets include The Achievement of Michael Oakeshott (ed.),After Euclid, Compassionate Conservatism and The Big Society.
He writes and blogs prolifically in the national press.
In 2010 Jesse was elected as the MP for Hereford and South Herefordshire, and as a member of the Treasury Select Committee.
In 2012 he was chosen as Spectator Parliamentarian of the Year, and as Backbencher of the Year. In 2013 he became a member of the Policy Board at 10 Downing Street.
His biography on Edmund Burke was published by HarperCollins in May 2013, and has been widely acclaimed.
RT: Just catching up with Head of Culture select committee and taking on the EPL. Just reminds me of what a good egg @Jesse_Norman is.
RT: Culture committee chair hesitant to state priorities. Suggests decriminalising licence fee will not mean service cuts bit.ly/1eevM7E