Minister of State for Care Services
Biography of Paul Burstow
Paul Burstow was elected MP for Sutton and Cheam in 1997.
Before being elected to Parliament, Paul headed the Liberal Democratâ€™s Local Government Unit and served on Sutton Council for 16 years from 1986.
Paul was educated at Glastonbury High School for Boys, Sutton and Carshalton College before attending South Bank Polytechnic where he gained a business studies degree. On graduating, he worked as a buying assistant before becoming a research assistant at the London Borough of Hounslow.
Married with a son and two daughters, Paul enjoys cooking, reading and working out at the gym.
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- Shadow Minister for London
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- Long Term Care Reform
- Adult Social Care
- Social Care Finance
- Social Care Workforce
- Social Care Professional Regulation
- Social Care System Regulation & Inspection
- Personal Health Budgets
- Continuing Care
- Joint Commissioning with Local Govt
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
- Care for the Elderly
- End of Life Care
- Long Term Conditions,
- Mental Health
- Physical Disabilities
- Learning Disabilities
- Prison Health Services
- Equality & Human Rights
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