Christopher was elected as Member of Parliament for Norfolk South West in 2005. Members of Christopher's family have lived in Norfolk for many years and he, his wife and two children have made a home in the constituency.

Christopher believes in a United Kingdom of enterprise, opportunity and choice, where we reward initiative and protect the vulnerable – where the state is a hand-up, not a hand-out.

He believes people should be given choice: from the opportunity to buy their own home; to the chance to buy shares; from privatisation to tax reduction; to the overall and improvement of public services, where decisions are made closer to the people.

Christopher Fraser MP, South West Norfolk, UK

Christopher is committed to a Europe of trading nation states, not a United States of Europe. He believes Britons have a right to a full say on whether they wish the UK to sign up to any European constitutional changes, via a referendum.

Christopher's Experience

From 1997 to 2001, Christopher was the Member of Parliament for Mid Dorset and North Poole. He served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Lord Strathclyde, Leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords from 1998 until 2001.
After being elected as Member of Parliament for South West Norfolk in 2005, Christopher was appointed to the Select Committee on Northern Ireland Affairs.

He is currently a member of the Northern Ireland Grand Committee, Chairman of the All-Party Northern Ireland Group, Secretary of the All-Party Dyslexia and Specific Learning Difficulties Group, Vice Chairman of the All-Party Norway Group, Vice Chairman of the Horticulture Group and a Patron of CHANT (Community Hospitals Acting Nationally Together).