Paul Burstow

Minister of State for Care Services

Paul Burstow, Minister of State for Care Services

Paul Burstow is Minister of State for Care Services, his responsibilities include: Long-Term Care Reform; Adult Social Care; Carers; Personal Health Budgets; Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults; End of Life Care; Long-Term Conditions, including cancer and diabetes; Dementia; Mental Health; Physical Disabilities; Autism and Learning Disabilities. Read the latest news from the DH on Paul Burstow below.

About Paul Burstow: Educated at Glastonbury High School for Boys, Sutton; Carshalton College; and South Bank Polytechnic. On graduating, worked as a buying assistant before becoming a research assistant at the London Borough of Hounslow. Headed the Liberal Democrat’s Local Government Unit until 1997 and served on Sutton Council for 16 years from 1986.

Elected MP for Sutton and Cheam 1997. Has held several front bench positions, including Shadow Spokesman for Health, Shadow Minister for London and most recently Shadow Chief Whip. He is married with a son and two daughters.

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